By Holger Fiallo, 11 October, 2018 Forum iOS and iPadOS FYI. Apple just release update for iPhone. iOS 12.01 is out and I just installed it. Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Fixed regression? Can anyone confirm that they fixed the regression that prevents opening notifications when you phone doesn't have a passcode or fingerprint ID? ern? I thought that talking about beta software on here was restricted. Have they changed the guidelines? 12.0.1 is out, you're thinking of 12.1 That's an easy mistake to make. I can't help the second poster with regard to the passcode because I always have had one. iOS 12.01 FYI. It is not a beta. I am not involve in the beta testing. Yesterday I check updates just fun and iOS 12.01 show up and I was ask to install. not a beta It is not a beta. One thing that has been fixed is the bug that caused iPhones newer than last year's iPhone 10 to not charge when inserting a lightning cable. As for the behavior of phones that have no password, I don't see why anyone would be so careless to not safeguard their stuff, so I can't say if that bug was fixed or not. If you're smart, set up a password. Updating as I Type Just started the update process. For some reason I wasn't notified via the auto-update setting, so it's good that a neighbor friend informed me last evening about this. It asked me for my passcode, which took me 4 tries to get right. I tell you, these really get ya every single time! But all is working thus far. Recent Blog to Check Out Hello Holger, Indeed it was released recently and something to install if you haven't done it. Just an FYI that we had a posting on this when it was released here at: Apple Releases iOS 12.0.1 with Wi-Fi and Other Bug Fixes https://www.applevis.com/blog/ios-news/apple-releases-ios-1201-wifi-and-other-bug-fixes HTH The Notifications Bug is Not Fixed in iOS 12.0.1 Patrick, The bug where it is not possible to activate a notification if the user does not have a passcode set is not resolved in iOS 12.0.1. Thanks! Thanks very much for checking for me.