Discussion in 'Apple iOS (OS & Devices)' started by Sinisstar, Jun 5, 2018.
Is there some easy way of finding out if any of my current paid apps are 32-bit before i upgrade?
Try this method:
IOS 12.0.1 update is out
Anyone know if you can get Screen Time to ignore certain apps? Like I really dont want it to count the four hours I spent driving yesterday running errands with Waze on the screen. Similarly having it count Trello on my iPad at work when I have it up as a static task reminder is a bit pointless.
12.1 now out.....
Has anyone got the eSIM to work in Aus?
Or is that still waiting for carrier support?
None of the Australian carriers have it live although to some extent the carriers already support it. eSim is required for the Apple Watch. It's just a matter of them actually enabling it. I'm guessing they are being arsehats and like restricting the ability to swap SIMs, but I could just be paranoid.
Just a heads-up that iOS 12.1.1 came out a couple of days ago:
Seems fine so far.
there is a new mail bug however that causes visual notifications to no longer work, it's only affected a minority of people though. Otherwise great.
That's interesting because currently I've got an issue on my android phone with too many email notifications on the popup
I'll check for this on the ipad. Least you know fixes come relatively frequently.
latest update seems to have introduced some sort of bug with my type + case, the keyboard doesnt always work now.
Wife and I are getting weird touch screen unresponsiveness issues on both of our iPad Pro 12.9” (prev gen). Keyboard seems pretty buggy too
Yep weird touch issues as well, bloody painful trying to select text to cut and paste.
I thought innovation was meant to be polished
Something funky going on with my charge as well, put it on charge last nite and its only 54% this morning
Presume this is 12.1.2? I can't see any update after 12.1.1, maybe they have pulled it?
12.1.3 just released short while back.
No issues so far.
I've been on 12.1.2 for a bit. Battery life has taken a massive hit.
12.1.4 released now to address facetime security flaw.
Is there a reason why I can't access a particular site on mobile data, but I can access it via WiFi? Both are connected to the same VPN
If I go to the site while on mobile data, I get a "not secured" message but wifi is fine
The site is a torrent site
Which carrier? I know you said VPN but wondering if its bypassing VPN and hitting some sort of Carrier Filtering. E.G. Telstra's "protective" DNS...