iOS 8.2 Bug Fixed For Good?
This entry was posted on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.
Apple knew it had a serious problem when it released iOS 8.2. Namely, folks who downloaded it not only suffered serious problems on their iPhones and iPads, but these problems seemed to grow and fester, actually causing some instability issues with the overall operation of their device.
Here's the skinny on the iOS 8.2 release:
Let’s break it down a bit further. Apple says iOS 8.2 will improve the stability of the Mail, Maps, and Music apps (particularly with iCloud playlist syncing), as well as improve VoiceOver reliability and Made for iPhone Hearing Aids. iOS 8.2 also fixes autocorrect for the last word in a quick-reply message, iCloud restoration issues involving duplicate iTunes purchased content, and several Bluetooth audio related issues, including how you couldn’t hear audio until the call is answered, and routing to car speakers when using Siri Eyes Free. There are also some fixes for Exchange support and Calendar.
You can read more about the fix and what it does and does not do for users right here.