Apple IOS 13 Reportedly Causing Issues To PUBG Mobile Gamers


This concerns the new 3-finger press-and-hold that the newest Apple platform offers for text input. Certain PUBG Mobile-Fortnite gamers reported issues.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:
iOS 13

If you have updated to the newest Apple iOS 13 operating system, update within your iPhones and iPads, and play the popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG Mobile) within, then there is a reported problem apparently preventing you from playing the game effectively. This holds true for Fortnite as well. This concerns the new 3-finger press-and-hold feature that the newest Apple platform offers for text input. Certain PUBG Mobile-Fortnite gamers reported problems with this while they indulged in gaming.  

The iOS 13 PUBG Mobile issue

Gamers stated that while they used four-fingers while performing in-game operations, a new bar displaying text input-related tools opened up. This was said to have been taking place multiple times for multiple gamers. The issue even prompted PUBG Mobile to release an official statement. Check out this statement, below.  

Attention iOS players: iOS version 13 includes a new feature where touching the screen with 3 fingers simultaneously activates a new function. We are working with Apple on this issue, and encourage iOS users to consider how this may impact them before choosing to Update.

This statement even prompted hilarious reactions from netizens. Check out certain reactions here.  

Check out the iOS 13.1 beta

Also, PUBG Mobile has recommended the incremental iOS 13.1 update as being potentially better for “claw players”. PUBG Mobile also recommends iOS users to try and check out if the current iOS 13.1 beta (for testers) still throws up the above issue to players. In case you have updated to iOS 13 fro older versions, do check out if the issue has been bothersome. Finally, in related PUBG updates, the PUBG Mobile Lite has got the much-expected Golden Woods Update that introduces a newer environment and more. 

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