iOS 12.1.4 ― Bug Fixes, Changes, and Improvements

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Banglazed

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iOS 12.1.4

Release Date ― February 7, 2019
Build Number ― 16D57
Darwin Kernel Version ― 18.2.0: Wed Dec 19 20:28:52 PST 2018; root:xnu-4903.242.2~1/

New Features & Changes
New Issues
Remaining Issues
Resolved Issues

  • Security Contents of iOS 12.1.4
  • Fixed Group FaceTime bug that allows the person to hear your audio and video before they answer. This feature is only available on iOS 12.1.4 and above.
Additional Notes
  • Intel iPhone XR/XS/Max: 1.03.08
  • Qualcomm iPhone 8/8 Plus/X: 3.31.00
  • Intel iPhone 8/8 Plus/X: 2.02.51
  • Qualcomm iPhone 7/7 Plus: 5.30.00
  • Intel iPhone 7/7 Plus: 3.02.01
  • iPhone 6/6 Plus/SE: 7.32.00
  • iPhone 6S/6S Plus: 5.32.00
  • iPhone 5S: 10.31.00
  • Qualcomm iPad Pro 9.7: 5.32.00
United States
  • Verizon - 35.0.2
  • Visible (MVNO Verizon) 34.0
  • Verizon (iPad) - 35.0
  • T-Mobile - 35.0.1
  • T-Mobile (iPad) - 34.5
  • AT&T - 35.0
  • MetroPCS -
  • U.S. Cellular - 32.5.9
  • Sprint - 35.0
  • TracFone/Straight Talk/Walmart Family Mobile - 35.0
  • Xfinity Mobile 35.0
United Kingdom
  • EE - 35.0
  • BT-UK MVNO on EE- 35.0
  • Three - 32.5.8
  • O2-UK - 34.0
  • Vodafone UK - 35.0
  • Virgin Mobile MVNO on EE- 34.0
Belgium
  • Orange B - 32.5.7
  • BASE - 33.0
Canada
  • Videotron -
  • Rogers - 35.0
  • Fido - 35.0
  • Bell - 35.0
  • Telus - 32.5.12
  • Freedom Mobile - 34.0
France
  • Orange France - 31.5.1
  • Orange Morocco - 31.5
Germany
  • O2-DE -
  • Vodafone.de - 34.0.1
  • Telekom.de - 35.0.1
Netherlands
  • KPN -
Southeast Asia
  • Singapore Singtel -
  • Philippines Globe - 35.0
  • Philippines Globe (iPad) - 35.0
  • Philippines Smart - 31.5
  • Thailand AIS -
  • Malaysia Umobile - 33.0
  • Malaysia Maxis -33.0
  • Malaysia Digi -
  • Malaysia celcom -
  • Hong Kong - 32.0
Sweden
  • Comviq -
  • Tre - 31.0
Switzerland
  • Salt - 35.0
  • Swisscom - 35.0
Ireland
  • Eir - 33.5
Australia
  • Optus - 32.0
  • Telstra - 35.0
Turkey
  • Turkcell (Lifecell) - 32.0
  • Vodafone TR - 32.0
  • Turk Telekom - 32.0
Poland
  • T-Mobile -
  • Orange - 32.0
  • Play - 31.0
India
  • Airtel - 35.0
  • Jio - 34.5
  • Jio (iPad) - 34.0
Mexico
  • Mexico - Telcel - 35.0
Guatemala
  • TIGO GT -34.0
OtherDocomo - 32.5.10
  • AlwaysOnline -
 
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Banglazed

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When I was updating to this build from the beta using iTunes, after it was all done on iTunes, it rebooted and I was prompted for passcode a second time to continue with the installation.
 

solodogg

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When I was updating to this build from the beta using iTunes, after it was all done on iTunes, it rebooted and I was prompted for passcode a second time to continue with the installation.
No issue here going from 12.1.3 to 12.1.4 using OTA update.

Modem firmware and T-Mobile carrier version remain same as 12.1.3.
 

vickysud

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Jun 13, 2012
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ok updated to 12.1.4 and now i can use imessage & facetime on both the numbers. is this new ? i dont remember being like this before. i can see both my numbers under receive & reply from.

edit : using iphone xs
 

dienstag

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Feb 7, 2019
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Upstate, somewhere.
Update on my iPhone XS Max went smoothly, 98 mb update. The only obvious change I noticed was when I was looking at the home screen, and noticed that the badges on the icons, especially for the mail app were moving. If you have a iPhone with face recognition, the numbers within the red circles move to follow your eyes. I thought I was hallucinating at first, but it's a pretty cool UI touch.
 

richard371

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I don't see this. I did see something like this for about 4 hours when I was in Amsterdam last year lol.

Update on my iPhone XS Max went smoothly, 98 mb update. The only obvious change I noticed was when I was looking at the home screen, and noticed that the badges on the icons, especially for the mail app were moving. If you have a iPhone with face recognition, the numbers within the red circles move to follow your eyes. I thought I was hallucinating at first, but it's a pretty cool UI touch.
 
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