Personal Hotspot Bug Plaguing Devices, Temporary Fix Shared

Apple internally acknowledges Personal Hotspot problems in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

The Find My app on iOS 13 combined the features of Find My iPhone and Find My Friends, allowing users to locate lost iPhones and also locate their family and friends who share their location with them, all in a single app. A temporary workaround for it right now is to toggle the Personal Hotspot off and then on again. It affords no prompt fix for iPhone and iPad customers affected by mobile information bugs and doesn't talk whether or not both problems are mounted in iOS 13.4, which is able to launch this week.

Although Apple is yet to publicly acknowledge that there are issues, leaked internal documents show that the company is aware of the problem and has warned Authorized Service Providers that there may be an influx of queries from customers. While this is just fine for the occasional hotspot users, if you travel for business and rely on this hotspot for your on-the-road connection, this could become quite a headache. The feature would also work with AirTag trackers that Apple is expected to release soon.

Now some more new code found in iOS 14 by 9to5Mac reveals that Apple is planning on doing a bit more with Find My this year that will likely pave the way both for AirTags and Apple's upcoming AR headset. According to new reports, the model will feature two superior camera enhancements.

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In Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish First Minister, announced that building sites and hairdressers' shops should close. There were growing calls for the government to impose tighter restrictions with more rigorous enforcement.

Among the bug fixes to expect include a status bar indicator displayed when VPN is disconnected, viewfinder issues with the device camera, photo problems tied up to storage and sharing prevention and more.

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