The iOS has been one of the most prominently used operating system in America.
The OS has witnessed a big rise in users in the last five years.
The iOS, along with Android was the primary reason why the smartphone markets of the world changed gears and the market dynamics have changed altogether.
There have been many upgrades to this OS in the past, the most recent change being the iOS 8.0 and the 8.1 releases, which were followed by the 8.1.1 upgrade.
Latest internal rumours from the company tell us that the iOS is going to get a new upgrade – and 8.1.2 is supposed to come out before the end of the year, most probably on Christmas.
This new upgrade will be bringing in a lot of bug fixes. It especially deals with the bugs in the camera of the iPhone 6 plus which have often been reported to crash the application when gallery is opened.
The latest company rumours indicate that this bug has been fixed and the patch will come out with the new iOS upgrade.
The update is coming out towards the end of the year because the company is now waiting for more bugs to appear (if any) in the iOS 8.1.1 update so that they can fix them once and for all as they’re quite embarrassed by the continuous bugs being spotted.
The iOS 8.1.2 will bring to end a big problem that many users have been facing – battery being drained.
The battery life has been an issue of major concern for the users of this premium phone, and especially the iPhone 6 plus users – who pay an additional toll on the battery life due to enlarged screen. However, this new update will bring to you the ultimate iPhone experience.
We can’t wait for Christmas for this update to come out. Are there any other bugs that you think should be fixed? Let us know in the comments.