Just a few weeks after the 12.3.1 update was made available, Apple has announced that they will be releasing its successor, the 12.3.2.
It’s just been released, and included with the update are bug fixes on Portrait Mode which has affected several models. Several iPhone 8 Plus users have reported that their iPhones are taking Portrait images without the depth effect.
The 12.3.2 is a relatively small update and won’t require a large download. iPhone users will be able to update by going to the Settings on their Apple devices.
iOS 12.3 was released last month with software updates, most notably among them the addition of the Apple TV. 12.3.1 added VoLTE and changes to the iMessage app.
Apple users are expecting iOS 13 to be available in fall, along with tvOS 13, macOS Catalina, iPadOS 13 and watchOS 6. Some of the most exciting features were outlined during the Worldwide Developers Conference 2019 at the McEnery Convention Center.