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If you own an iOS device that supports the latest iteration to Apple’s mobile platform then you should read on. Apple today released iOS 8.1.2 for all supported devices. This is an incremental update that brings some important bug fixes, performance and stability improvements. iOS 8.1.2 has been released over-the-air for all supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models.

We were first introduced to iOS 8 at the Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this year. The software was then put through a beta program during which only registered developers had access to beta builds. They tinkered with it and provided Apple with feedback about any problems and bugs. iOS 8.0 was finally released to the public back in September.

iOS 8.1 was the first major update for this software which came a few weeks after Apple pushed out its latest iteration to the public. Since then there has been one incremental update for iOS 8.1.

Today we’re being treated to the second. According to the official changelog, iOS 8.1.2 brings bug fixes and takes care of a problem where ringtones purchased from iTunes Store may have been removed from devices. Those who faced this issue can visit to bring back lost ringtones to the device.

iOS 8.1.2 is rolling out over-the-air and weighs in at just 28.2MB, so it shouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes to get done with download and installation on your device.

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