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9 Things to Do Before Installing iOS 12.5.2



Get Feedback About iOS 12.5.2

Get Feedback About iOS 12.5.2

If you're feeling leery, you'll want to hold off on an install and dig into feedback from early adopters. 

There's a chance the iOS 12.5.2 update causes problems on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. This is particularly true if you own an older model like the iPhone 5s or iPad mini 2. 

It's important to get a feel for iOS 12.5.2's performance on your device before you hit download so it might be a good idea to wait until you're able to do some research.

Feedback from iOS 12.5.2 users will alert you to potential bugs and problems and it will also reveal potential benefits.

You'll want to poke around on Apple's discussion forums, YouTube, and social media sites like Twitter for feedback about the update. 

We've also put together mini iOS 12.5.2 reviews for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s so check those out if you need additional feedback.

Some of you might want to wait for long-term iOS 12.5.2 feedback to emerge before committing to the software.

For more on that, take a look at our reasons to and not to install iOS 12.5.2 right away



  1. Mark

    07/27/2019 at 11:29 pm

    Still 11.4 – time for an update?

  2. Jo Blo

    07/31/2019 at 11:52 am

    And we’re supposed to know what “jailbreak” means??? This site is more interested in ad revenue and email address harvesting, it seems to me.

  3. Steve Weather

    08/30/2019 at 3:31 am

    It’s like living inside of somebody else’s nightmare reading these articles. So many links to other stuff that has so many other links.

    So 10 things you need to know… It should be a list of ten things, not 10 random pages of the author having what appears to be a mental breakdown.

    Here’s what you need to know… The update may fail. It may crash your device. Some Apps may melt.

    Or just update as I’ve done with no problems. (But you will say, you may have this problem, or this one, or these two – just because.)

    Don’t panic people.

    And where did the previous 2 people post in July on an article published in late August?

  4. Jim

    09/07/2019 at 11:00 pm

    How do you familiarize yourself with something you don’t have yet and don’t know if it’s going to affect your device? Do you “be careful”? Do you practice stealing cheese from a mousetrap? How sensitive is your trigger? How sticky is your cheese? This is the most confusing jibberish I’ve ever tried to understand. Makes me want an old rotary phone land line again!

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