“Since the update is solely aimed at fixing the bug on the iPhone 8 Plus, it isn’t available to older models”
Apple has released the iOS 12.3.2 update to fix the portrait mode bug on the iPhone 8 Plus devices where it would capture photos without the depth effect. Since the update is solely aimed at fixing the bug on the iPhone 8 Plus, it isn’t available to older models. Other models from the iPhone 5s to the iPhone XS series recently received iOS 12.3.1 that fixed the VoLTE calls issue, a bug that causes messages from unknown senders to appear in your conversation list despite the Filter Unknown Senders option being enabled, and more.
The iOS 12.3.2 update has already started rolling out, and if you haven’t received it yet, you can manually check for it from the system settings, in General, and head to the Software Update. It is suggested you download the update via Wi-Fi and have at least 50 percent charging left. The update doesn’t bring anything new to the table apart from fixing the portrait mode bug.
To remind you, Apple introduced the iOS 13 last week at its WWDC developers conference. It finally adds the most-anticipated ‘Dark Mode’, a new Quick path swiping keyboard for easy typing, Siri improvements, a new audio sharing feature, and the Mail app gets new desktop formatting and fonts. The Notes application now has shared folders to share with friends easily. The Photos app gets revamped to add new editing controls, new portrait lighting effect and more. It introduces new privacy features, including the ability to share location details with apps only once. Lastly, Apple claims the Face ID also unlock 30 percent faster now, and apps open two times faster than before.