If you experience portrait-orientation issues on your iPhone 8 Plus, you're not alone. Apple confirmed the problem by launching a new software update on Monday, June 10, 17 days after the release of iOS 12.3.1 and exactly four weeks after iOS 12.3. The update, iOS 12.3.2, is only available for the iPhone 8 Plus and not for other iPhone models. Therefore, any other device currently uses iOS 12.3.1.
The new iOS 12.3.2 is Apple's first software release since the beta release of iOS 13, which the company distributed to registered developers on Monday, June 3. There was no beta version for iOS 12.3.2, but one for iOS 12.4, for which there are three beta versions at the time of this release. While iOS 1
iOS 12.3.2 Fixes an issue that may cause the camera to capture photos with no depth effect on some iPhone 8 Plus devices in portrait mode.
For the security content of this update, visit the following Web site: support.apple.com/kb/HT201222  Apple's iOS 12.3.2 push is too up-to-date to say for sure if there are other features or fixes are. We will study the software and update this page with all the new features we find. To download the update and install it on your iPhone or iOS device, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update. Then follow the instructions on the screen to download and install 12.3.2. If you have automatic updates enabled, you can wait until they are automatically installed.
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