Especially, the second build of iOS 12.1.2 is available for download for those users who didn’t install the update before. This means users that updated their iPhone models to iOS 12.1.2 after its arrival earlier this week will not obtain the second build. The changelog is apparently exactly the same in the event of the second build.
However, since seen by people at AppleInsider, the second construct of iOS 12.1.2 carries another build number. The original iOS update had construct number 16C101, while the re-released upgrade that has been pushed on Thursday (from the US) has construct number 16C104. Gadgets 360 wasn’t able to confirm that the changes in the build number.
Apple has not given the prime motive for devoting the iOS 12.1.2 update for the second time. However, the new construct may incorporate a few of the fixes that were missing from the previous release.
The newest version also addressed an issue that could impact mobile connectivity in Turkey specifically on all of the 2018 iPhone versions.
Aside from the new changes, the iOS 12.1.2 update doesn’t come with any security updates. The new variant was reported to add necessary software tweaks from China to tackle”any possible concern” about Apple’s compliance with a court order that banned the sales of its elderly iPhone models. These tweaks are reportedly in the kind of a new cartoon for induce closing programs in China, according to a China-specific changelog. The animation results in the programs shrinking to close instead of moving up and away from the display.
How to download iOS 12.1.2 upgrade
The iOS 12.1.2 update is compatible with the iPhone versions running iOS 12. To obtain and install the latest version on your device, go to Settings > General > Software Update and follow the onscreen instructions.
Your device should use a Wi-Fi link to obtain the over-the-air update. Additionally, it’s advised to back up your information, and ensuring that your apparatus has over 50 percent of control or connected to a power supply before beginning the update process.