New iPhone Update Makes Fortnite, PUBG Unplayable On Smartphone

Everyone likes to play multiplayer games like PUBG and Fortnite, but a piece of bad news is coming up for iPhone users. Mobile gamers on iPhone might not want to receive iOS 13 update because it somehow makes big games like Fortnite and PUBG unplayable. Everyone is waiting for the new iPhone upgrade, but iPhone gamers might want to delay it for some valid reasons. Reportedly new iOs 13 has lots of new features, and one of them is text editing. It’s a new text editing gesture that brings commands such as copy, paste, and undo.

This new feature gets activated by putting three fingers on the screen. Games like PUBG and Fortnite requires gamers to put three fingers in contact on a smartphone’s display. Two fingers are used for moving the character and moving the camera, third on the other hand is used for firing, etc. However, because of the new update, a new feature of text editing is popping up for iPhone users. Since this issue is faced by many gamers, game developers got lots of complaints about it. PUBG and Fortnite developers said the issue is getting a raise because of new iOs update.

Currently, there has been no solution provided for such type of problems. Developers said users are required not to get an iOS upgrade to prevent this problem from happening. There is no feature provided for disabling text editing in the new iOS update. Now those gamers who have shifted to the latest iOS 13 will have no choice but to wait for an upgrade. Apple said that they are working on this issue and soon will release iOS 13.1 upgrade which will give a permanent stop to this problem. This new update is set to be released on September 24, so users are expected to wait for it.

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