Ever since I updated to 12.1.2 (around Christmas 2018) I've been having a persistent problem with the phone losing cellular connectivity on a daily basis. Once that happens it won't restore connectivity until I restart it. And it's really awful since it's not apparent when that happens. It would be like the phone is suspiciously quiet for some time: no emails, no iMessages, etc. after which I need to restart it and then would realize I've missed important emails from my boss, important messages from my wife, etc. I mean it's ridiculous, I bought the most expensive smartphone on the market right now and it behaves like a stupid non-connected phone! I've been reporting that issue to Apple, I've sent them baseband logs and ultimately they responded to me that they have fixed it and will release it with 12.3. They advised to me try the public betas of 12.3. Indeed, it was fixed in the first public beta, but reappeared in the beta 2 and I'm now on fifth public beta and it's still there. I've been reporting it with each public beta by using the feedback app, attaching baseband logs. No action from them whatsoever. I AM FED UP! Please let me know what to do? I've been a loyal Apple fan since 2010 and I've purchased literally every Apple product, I have so many of them. But this is unbearable and apparently nobody cares about my case. I'm planning on just selling it and buying an Android phone although I don't like them And I don't want to be tracked by Google which is why I like Apple products. But I can't tolerate s subpar performance from a premium product and if the only way to have working smartphone is to switch to Google, then I will have to do it. Please, let me know what you think and which Android smartphone would be the best one for me? Possibly one where I can switch off the Google services and use alternatives, e.g. switch to another browser (Firefox?) with DuckDuckGo, etc.