Following a series of complaints made by numerous iPhone users about the annoying memory bug brought by iOS 13.2, it appears that Apple is knee-deep solving the issue. Multiple iPhone and iPad users are now reporting that their devices have improved, and they no longer experience the memory issue. The latest iOS 13.3 beta proves that Apple has been working on a fix that will quash the bug, but it seems that it will take some time before it reaches iPhones and iPads.

The fix is a part of the latest Apple software build, iOS 13.3 beta, that the Cupertino-based tech titan released to developers. It appears that the latest beta build partially restored the operating system’s ability to manage multitasking several apps, which is a crucial feature that seems to have been broken in the iOS 13.2. ZDNet's Adrian Kingsley-Hughes reports that he has tested both iPad Pro and iPhone and has seen improvements in the multitasking condition of the devices.

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Switching between apps appears to have improved, but when locking and unlocking the device, the background apps appeared to have been terminated and needed to be reloaded, the writer states. In other words, while there are already improvements, the fix is still impartial and incomplete. This suggests that since the iOS 13.3 is on its beta stage, Apple is still working on the complete fix hopefully available when the iOS build finally releases to iPhones and iPads.

It can be recalled that a few days ago, users were complaining about the pesky bugs plaguing their devices when they installed the iOS 13.2. The major concerns centered on the frustratingly sloppy memory management capability of the devices with the current iOS build. The issue was so bad that some users deliberately terminated their iPhone’s ability to multitask, BGR reports.

With the increasing number of complaints and with users and developers calling the update embarrassing, the Cupertino-based tech giant, fortunately, worked on a fix to address the issue. The release of iOS 13.3 beta is a sign that Apple has made progress on the fix. Although some users have not yet noticed the substantial improvement on their devices, it’s encouraging to know that Apple is aware of the problem and is working hard to find a fix.