Apple Releases iOS 8.1.2 With One Serious Fix
Apple on Tuesday released iOS 8.1.2, which contains a fix for the bug that made the ringtones purchased on the iTunes Store disappear from the device. Apart from this noticeable and no doubt useful improvement, the most recent version of Apple’s mobile operating system can boast of some minor stability and performance enhancements. Nothing more.
Today’s iOS version has a build number 12B440. An interesting thing about this iOS 8.1.1 is that it hasn’t been seeded to developers for testing before it became available for public.
The release comes just several weeks after the release of iOS 8.1.1 that contained a bunch of similar bug fixes and nothing more. We all hope that the guys from Cupertino will make some serious changes in iOS 8.2, that is expected to be released late in December or in January.
The latest version of iOS is available through the software update option of the Settings menu. If you have experienced any problems with downloading ringtones from the iTunes Store, you can upgrade to iOS 8.1.2 right now. This is not a beta-version, that is why I’m sure it is stable.
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