iPhone 13 Unlock with Apple Watch fix is coming, iPad mini 6 scrolling still bugged

iPhone 13 Unlock with Apple Watch fix is coming, iPad mini 6 scrolling still bugged

Apple has just launched its latest mobile devices for the second half of the year, and both the iPhone 13 and iPad mini 6 are becoming mixed reviews. What many reviewers seem to possess initialized missed, however, are some software bugs that are giving new owners a touch of a headache. While one case where the iPhone 13 doesn’t work with the “Unlock with Apple Watch” feature is already fixed on Apple’s end, the iPad mini 6’s “jelly scrolling” issue remains expecting a politician confirmation.

Apple’s heavy dependence on Face ID hit a rather large bump last year when people everywhere the planet were required to wear face masks. While expecting that magical technology which will securely detect faces even while wearing masks, Apple implemented a short lived workaround that used the Apple Watch as a kind of secondary key. Of course, there are hard requirements for this to figure , but it had been sufficient enough for many users.

Unfortunately, that’s not the case if you paired an Apple Watch and an iPhone 13 where the feature just doesn’t work. the great news is that Apple has already promised a fix which will be rolling call at an upcoming software update. within the meantime, affected users will want to show that functionality off completely.

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iPad mini 6 users apparently have their own problems to stress about. As reported by The Verge’s Dieter Bohn and other users, the new iPad is exhibiting what has been nicknamed “jelly scrolling,” where one side of the screen scrolls slower than the other side. This creates a rather disconcerting visual experience, especially for those that browse tons of sites or social media.

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It seems that the matter is more pronounced in portrait orientation and sometimes even disappears when holding the iPad mini 6 in landscape. Apple has yet to acknowledge this issue, and it still isn’t known how widespread the matter is.