IPhone XS charging fix now available in new iOS 12.0.1 update

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Apple on Monday released iOS 12.0.1 with fixes for several significant bugs discovered over the past few weeks.

However, iOS 12.0.1 pales into insignificance when compared to both of those releases, as, is the naming convention suggests, it is just a relatively minor bug fix release that Apple is looking to get out into the hands of device owners. You can also apply the update through iTunes by connecting your iOS device to a computer. One bug prevented the two new iPhone models from charging when the Lightning port was being used for the task. Finally, the update fixes an issue where Bluetooth can become unavailable. After digging deeper, users also discovered that the iPhone XS sometimes joined Wi-Fi networks that were available in both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands in 2.4GHz even though the phones support 5GHz.

Additionally, iOS 12.0.1 also patches the security vulnerability discovered last week that may have allowed an attacker to bypass a passcode and view photos or contacts from the Lock screen using VoiceOver, according to Apple's security content page.

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The update should be available to all users now, and users who have Automatic Updates enabled-a new feature in iOS 12-should receive the update overnight if their devices are connected to Wi-Fi and connected to a power source.

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To grab the latest updates, head to your devices settings menu, tap General, and then select Software Update.

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