Apple latest iOS update — iOS 13.4 — rolled out this week. To all iPhone users across the world, and came with over 15 bug fixes. However, it seems that the latest update comes with its own share of issues.
According to a report by Forbes, the latest iOS update includes a security vulnerability. That prevents users’ data from being secure when they use a VPN (Virtual private network) on their devices.
First discovered VPN service Proton, bug is unable to close the existing unsecured connections. Whenever VPN starts and “some are long lasting and remain open for minutes to hours outside the VPN tunnel.
The Forbes report, however, doesn’t reveal this as the only bug. It also claims that besides the security vulnerabilities. The iOS 13.4 — as well as the iPadOS 13.4 — is also causing issues that include “broken third-party keyboards on iPads. Bluetooth connectivity with odd shortcut glitches and crashes and missing cellular networks for dual sim users.
One of the big features to come with iOS 13.4 is iCloud Drive folder sharing. This is more like a Dropbox kind of feature which allows iPhone users to share a folder and have others to see the contents as and when they are updated.
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