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4 Reasons Not to Install iOS 13.2.3 & 12 Reasons You Should

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Don't Install iOS 13.2.3 If You Haven't Prepared

Don't Install iOS 13.2.3 If You Haven't Prepared

If you haven't prepared for the move to iOS 13.2.3 you'll want to hold off until you've had time to prepare yourself and your device for the move. 

It's impossible to predict how your iPhone will handle the move from iOS 12 to iOS 13 or iOS 13.2.2/iOS 13.2/iOS 13.1.3/iOS 13.1.2/iOS 13.1.1/iOS 13.1/iOS 13.0 to iOS 13.2.3 and that's precisely why we recommend spending some time preparing for the move. 

If you don't know where to start we've put together a guide that will walk you through the pre-installation process we use before we install new iOS firmware on our phones. 

If you don't have a ton of time to devote to the pre-installation process, you'll want to at least make sure your data is completely backed. 

Data loss issues are rare, but if you store sensitive data on your phone, you'll want to make sure it's safe and sound before moving to iOS 13.2.3. 

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Kangers

    09/27/2019 at 9:00 pm

    Warning to hearing aid users. If your aids stream music or phone calls, e.g. Phonak marvels or resound equivalent, DO NOT UPGRADE TO IOS 13 or 13.1. This functionality is completely lost. There is no current fix. Additionally the settings screen is not available at all. It certainly wasn’t on my iPhone 11 with preinstalled ios13.

    • maxglitz

      09/30/2019 at 6:49 pm

      Kangers, I should buy you a drink. I was seconds away from installing iOs 13.1.2 when I read your comment. I’m one of those Resound hearing aid wearers that depends greatly on their app and being able to bluetooth my phone to my hearing aids. THANK YOU for saving me some real grief.

  2. anonymous

    10/01/2019 at 6:16 pm

    iOS13 is google friendly made.
    For example, Safari13 repeatedly and periodically try to connect to safebrowsing.googleapis.com
    even if I completely turned off fraudulent site protection and I just only enabled private browsing mode.
    iOS13 or Safari13 sends every apple user’s device information(http useragent) and ip address periodically to google company. It includes usage pattern information and indication of who is using apple device.
    Why? Now, apple is best friend of google. My privacy and anonymity is not important to them.
    My iOS version is 13.1.2

  3. אאא

    10/02/2019 at 8:51 am

    Don’t update to IOS 13 by any means they make a lot of small (and very annoying) changes to make you want a new iPhone
    IOS 13 is not suitable for a reset that has the 3D Touch Home button does not switch between appliques
    3D Touch works in parallel with a long touch which is really uncomfortable
    A large part of the changes in IOS 13 do not take into account that the iPhone 8 screen is smaller than more advanced devices

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