iOS 13.2.2 released for iPhones, fixes RAM management issue and more

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Apple has released a minor update that fixes some of the issues that were found following the release of iOS 13.2. Apple is now rolling out iOS 13.2.2 for iPhone and iPod touch users, which fixes an issue that caused background apps to quit unexpectedly. Additionally, iOS 13.2 also brings improvements to cellular data performance and more.

Following the release of iOS 13.2, many iPhone users complained about RAM management issues. The issue, which was also noted by iPhone 11 series users, would cause a number of background apps like Instagram Gmail, YouTube and so on to quit when switching to more memory intensive apps like Camera or iMessage. This hindered multitasking performance, something iPhones have been lauded for in the past.

iOS 13.2.2 will fix the RAM management issue according to the changelog. The update is around 98.7 MB in size and will be available on iPhone 6s and later models. The update will also resolve an issue that caused iPhones to temporarily lose mobile connectivity after a call and an issue where mobile data would temporarily be unavailable.

iOS 13.2.2 for the iPhone also fixes an issue that caused replies to S/MIME encrypted email messages between Exchange accounts to be unreadable and also resolves a problem that caused interrupted charging on YubiKey Lightning-powered accessories.

Apple released iOS 13.2 last week which brought Deep Fusion to the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max along with more emojis, new Siri privacy settings and big fixes.

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