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iOS 12.3.2 fixes iPhone 8 Plus portrait mode bug

Enlargement: This update is currently only available for iPhone 8 Plus.

Although we have been very focused on iOS 13 and its first developer beta for a few days, today Apple has rescued iOS 12 again with the release of iOS version 12.3.2 to all users with an iPhone 8 Plus. We must remember that iOS 12.3.1 was released only a few weeks ago, but it seems that a bug in the portrait mode has forced the company to release this new version of the operating system that we obviously recommend you to install.

iOS 12.3.2 fixes iPhone 8 Plus portrait mode bug
iOS 12.3.2 fixes iPhone 8 Plus portrait mode bug

In the update note of this new version of the operating system of our iPhone, iPad and iPod we can see that there is a bug related to the portrait mode of the iPhone 8 Plus.

In particular, the update note reads as follows:

iOS 12.3.2 resolves an issue that may cause the camera to capture photos in Portrait mode without depth effect on some iPhone 8 Plus devices.

Right now the company is developing iOS 12.4 which is in beta, although everything seems to indicate that this is a routine update that prepares the iPhone for the Apple Card. As we can see, this summer we will only have official updates to solve certain specific bugs but all efforts are focused on the development of iOS 13.

This update seems to be available only to users who have the iPhone 8 Plus as it does not present any other new features, beyond the bug that only affects this terminal.

To update simply go to Settings> General> Software Update. If you want to avoid this process you can activate the automatic updates so that the iPhone itself will update when you’re not using it, at night.

Leave us in the comment box what you think about iOS 12.3.2.

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