Apple just started to roll out iOS 12.3.1 update to all supported iPhones and iPads. As you might expect from the numbers of this update it’s isn’t big release. It’s just an incremental update that comes to address a bunch of bugs that have been reported by users in the last few weeks.
Apparently, some users were been plagued by a problem with VoLTE calls that was preventing them from making or receiving any calls. Moreover, the update also comes to fix a bug with the Messages app – One issue was causing messages from unknown senders to appear in the conversation list even while the Filter Unknown Senders option enabled. The second problem with the Messages app could prevent the Report Junk link from appearing in Messages threads from unknown senders.
These bugfixes basically represent the whole changelog of iOS 12.3.1. While it’s not a big update, we recommend to get it as soon as you can. Especially if you’re an avid user of the Message app, or if you’re running in trouble with problematic VoLTE calls.
For now, all iOS’ enthusiasts and developers are eagerly waiting for WWDC 2019, which happens on June 3. During the annual event at San Jose, California, Apple will unveil iOS 13 – the next major version of Apple’s mobile operating OS. The new version should debut a system Wide Dark Theme and may introduce several multi-tasking features for both iPhones and iPads.