Some are big releases with new significant features, and some are small updates with a very specific focus.
As per the changelog provided by Apple, one of the most notable changes that iOS 13.2.2 and iPadOS 13.2.2 bring is the fix for the issue that was causing apps to quit unexpectedly when running in the background.
Now, with iOS 13.2.2, Apple says it fixed the issue causing some apps to quit unexpectedly while in the background.
Apple had pushed out its iOS 13.2 update last week which introduced a new Deep Fusion camera feature on the latest iPhone models. These app refreshes are happening on YouTube, Safari, and several other media apps.
An update is also available for iPadOS 13.2.2, although it doesn't include the fixes for the cellular and mobile data bugs. Apple did eliminate this issue in the iOS 13.3 beta, but the company must have considered it to be imperative to get this fix out as soon as possible. As we already know, there are some more fixes coming as a part of iOS 13.3, which has already hit the "public beta" phase.
Thankfully, Apple is now addressing these complaints through the iOS 13.2.2. It turns out that some encrypted email messages between Exchange accounts were unreadable. However, some iPhone users including iPhone 11 users complained about RAM management issues with iOS 13.2. Further, there is a fix for the issue that affected connectivity with YubiKey Lighting-powered accessories. The same fix is available for iPadOS 13.2.2.
A week ago, we reported about an annoying iOS issue that was found to be killing background apps rather abruptly.