Apple has released a new update for its iOS ahead of scheduled date to fix numerous bugs such as the much talked about date crash bug, which caused several iPhones and iPads to crash across the world.
According to Macrumours, the issue caused repeated reminders from third party apps. The issue was reported in many countries. The company has also released a support document highlighting the steps taken to remove the bug.
The update also brings support for Apple Cash Pay, a service that enables users send, receive and request money from their contacts using iMessage. Currently the service is only available for users in the US, though it is yet to be activated.
The new update also enhances the fast wireless charging support for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. These devices supported fast charging up to 5 watts, but will now support up to 7.5 watts.
Users who haven’t received the update yet can manually go to the General>Settings>Software update.