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IOS 12.1 has been released, fixing bugs

Hi all,

I’ve decided to take the opportunity to catch myself up with apple vis. Apple Vis, a site designed for the discussion of apple products, posts blog entries, app entries, and discusses accessibility issues in regards to Apple products including the Iphone, Mac, Ipod, and other Apple products and things that connect to them. I’ve decided to see whats new that might interest me, and Apple Releases iOS 12.1 with Group FaceTime, New Emoji, and Some Fixes for VoiceOver and Braille Users is the post I’m bringing to your attention today. We believe three bugs have been fixed that I don’t believe I’ve experienced. One of them is dealing with face ID, one braille, and one notifications.

As usual, Apple Vis stresses that they can’t test every possible issue, so they ask for any updates. I hope that you find this post of value, and we’ll be back really soon.

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IOS 12.1 has been released, fixing bugs was released on November 1, 2018 at 12:01 pm by tech in accessibility newsand issues.
Last modified: November 1, 2018.


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