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Apple is likely to release the iOS 17.1.2 update for iPhone this week

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Mounting evidence in our website’s analytics logs points to the imminent release of iOS 17.1.2 by Apple this week. This anticipated update is expected to primarily address bugs, with a focus on resolving issues such as lingering Wi-Fi problems reported by users on iOS 17.1.1. It is speculated that iOS 17.1.2 may incorporate the Wi-Fi connectivity fix already present in the iOS 17.2 beta. Users have also encountered minor bugs related to push notifications, HomeKit, and other features, which may see resolution with this update.

Historically, Apple has a precedent for releasing bug-fix updates around this time, as seen with the release of iOS 16.1.2 in the week following U.S. Thanksgiving last year. iOS 17.1.2 would mark the second bug-fix update this month, following iOS 17.1.1. This previous update addressed a BMW wireless charging issue affecting the iPhone 15 lineup and resolved an problem preventing the Weather app widget from displaying a snow icon.

Looking ahead, Apple is expected to follow the iOS 17.1.2 release with iOS 17.2, currently undergoing beta testing for approximately a month. This comprehensive update introduces a variety of new features, including the Journal app, spatial video recording support for iPhone 15 Pro models, a Translate option for the Action button on iPhone 15 Pro models, collaborative playlist capabilities for Apple Music subscribers, iMessage Contact Key Verification for high-profile individuals, additional Weather and Clock widgets, and more.

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