September 27, 2020

Apple released iOS 12.1.1 to start supporting eSIM mode using dual card

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After waiting for many days, Apple finally released a small update of iOS 12.1.1 this morning, which is the third system update since the release of iOS 12. Devices compatible with iOS 12 can be updated by OTA. Go to Settings > General > Software Update to get the update.
This update brings more operators’ eSIM support to iPhone XR, XS and XS Max, redesigned FaceTime’s interface and improved tactile feedback notifications for iPhone XR, as follows:
Features and improvements
  • Use tactile feedback to preview notifications on iPhone XR
  • iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max support more operators using dual SIM cards with eSIM
  • Switching front/rear cameras with a single tap during FaceTime calls
  • Take a live photo during a one-on-one FaceTime call
  • iPad and iPod touch support real-time text (RTT) during Wi-Fi calls

Bug fixes

  • Fixed an issue where the face ID might be temporarily unavailable
  • Fixed an issue where some customers could not download Visual Voicemail
  • Fixed an issue where predictive text suggestions might not be displayed when typing on Chinese or Japanese keyboard
  • Fixed issue where Voice Memo recording might not be uploaded to iCloud
  • Fixed an issue where time zones might not be updated automatically
  • brings new features and bug fixes to HomePod