Roundabout it’s been already two weeks since iOS 13’s worldwide release and we’re still not done exploring its new features, right? Every day we come across something new in iOS 13, as its full of a handful of new features and performance improvements.
The Dark Mode has given a fresh new look to our existing devices and we’re absolutely loving the all-black theme on iOS platform first time in the history of ever! And well, as they say, nothing is perfect. A lot of users complained about a few iOS 13 bugs and issues. Also, in case you haven’t noticed, Apple has also released an extended dot upgrade after iOS 13, namely iOS 13.1 and iOS 13.1.2. So, these new updates addressed all the common iOS 13 issues that were a part of the initial release.
In this post, we’ve compiled a list of all the common iOS 13 issues along with their quick fixes so that the “good times” of using iOS 13 never end!
Let’s get started.
As we mentioned earlier, Apple has already released the latest version of iOS 13 i.e. iOS 13.1.2. First, upgrade your iPhones to this latest version in case you haven’t done it so far. Head on to Settings> General> Software Update and check for updates. Well, you know the drill, right?
This latest version of iOS update addresses all the common iOS 13 issues and bugs. So, most probably this can be the solution to all such iOS issues.
But if this doesn’t solve anything, here’s a quick list of all the common iOS 13 issues with their fixes.
Apps are Crashing
A lot of users have complained that since they’ve upgraded their devices iOS 13, a lot of apps have started crashing out of the blue. Yes, we do understand how annoying it gets. This is probably happening because you might have not using the latest version of the app. We did upgrade to iOS 13 (excitedly) but most of us forget updating all the apps to their latest version.
So, yes, the app crashing issue can be fixed once you update all the existing apps on your device. And if after doing so, the issue still isn’t fixed you can try to uninstall the app then reinstall it again from the App store.
Wi-Fi Connectivity Issues
Having trouble connecting to a Wi-Fi network? Well, we would recommend you reset the network settings to fix this issue. Head on to Settings> General> Reset > Reset Network Settings and then start afresh.
This is another most common iOS 13 issue that a lot of users have been facing lately. But yes, before that we would like to tell you that whenever you upgrade your devices to a new software version, a lot of technical operations are conducted in the background. So, there may be a chance that for a few days you might experience a poor battery performance on your iOS device. But believe it or not, it won’t last forever.
Although if you are still facing this issue and if your device battery is draining too fast after upgrading to iOS 13 here are a few things you can try.
- Head to Settings> Battery> Battery health and check the current level. If you find if somewhere below 75% then it’s time to get it replaced.
- Also, try keeping the display brightness level to a minimum while you’re operating your device and check if it improves the battery health.
- You can also disable the location services and see if it plays any role in improving the battery life of your device.
- And yes, always switch to low power mode as it reduces all sorts of background activities and operations and can also help in saving you a few extra chunks of battery percentage.
Cannot Update to iOS 13
Some users have also faced troubles while upgrading to iOS 13. So, unfortunately, if you’ve faced it too you can check out our complete post on Cannot update to iOS 13? Here’s what to do next which includes all the possible solutions that can help you get through.
So fellas here were some of the most common iOS 13 issues that have been troubling a lot of users. We hope these quick fixes will help you in making your iOS 13 experience more pleasant.