Apple’s fix for location tracking bug on iPhone is here

Yesterday Apple release its iOS 13.3.1, for all eligible iPhones. The new update brings minor bug fixes and sweet new features which matters. Younger iPhone users were able to add new contacts without entering a Screen time passcode which is a big relief for parents. The location tracking bug was serious. The iPhone 11 series used to track your location without your consent but not anymore.

With the new update now you have an option to turn off the location tracking with U1 ultra wideband chip. Apple never collected the location data but it was store on the users device for good intention. The U1 chip’s location tracking was meant to enhance iPhone security by allowing users to track their lost iPhone. The information was kept encrypted and no one other than the user itself could access it.

Mail app in the previous iOS version was also filled with bugs. The bug of loading remote images in mail app even when the option is disabled and other bug was that caused multiple undo operations. All these bugs of mail app have been fixed with the latest iOS update across all iOS 13 iPhones and iPads.

Other fixes include a bug that caused push notification to not show on wifi. Carplay bug, facetime, photos app and various other minor bug fixes. We recommend you to update your iPhone to the latest iOS version to continue seamless iPhone experience and fix the bugs. Comment below if there is any bug that’s unresolved?

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