Your old iPhone might stop working if you don't upgrade by Sunday

Your old iPhone might stop working if you don't upgrade by Sunday

Your old iPhone might stop working if you don't upgrade by Sunday

The software updates bring several new features and improvements to iPhone and iPad users. Basic services such as the App Store, iCloud, email, and browsing the web via Safari or Chrome will stop working.

The problem has stemmed from a Global Positioning System issue which only occurs once every 19 years and happened in April, causing some devices to lose track of time.

This update also enables Announce Messages for AirPods, enabling Siri to read your incoming messages, and adds support for Apple's new AirPods Pro that are launching this week.

You can update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iOS 13.2 in the Settings app under General Software Update.

Apple said iPhone 5 users should check that they are running software version 10.3.4.

The user, along with many others, has also claimed that their iPhone is heating up abnormally, and is lagging as a result.

Affected Apple devices will rollover shortly before midnight on Sunday, November 3 and need to be updated before then to avoid a time-consuming back up and restoration process using a separate computer. The company said that the issue is with "GPS time rollover", in which GPS-based products reset the clock.

'Affected Apple devices are not impacted until just before 12:00 a.m. UTC on November 3, 2019'.

Ability to opt-in to a program which sends voice recordings to Apple for improving Siri.

Now, many are finding their iPhone battery will either not charge or keep a charge for long.

Just six days after the launch of iOS 13, Apple released its first major update for the operating system - iOS 13.1. What's changed since 13.1.2 to cause this, ' One frustrated user shared on Twitter. With iOS 13.1.3 installed I now have a phone that overheats, drains all battery in 3 hours and won't charge properly anymore.

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