Fortnite and PlayerUnknown: Battlegrounds (PUBG) have warned its users to not upgrade their iPhones to the latest iOS 13 update because there is a bug with triple-finger tap-and-hold gesture.
The latest iOS 13 update brings bad news for those who play Fortnite and PlayerUnknown: Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile. Both games have warned their users to not upgrade their iPhones to the latest iOS 13 update because there is a bug with triple-finger tap-and-hold gesture, 9to5Mac has reported. also saw the warning when we tried to play PUBG Mobile on the latest iOS 13 version on the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
According to the report, popular combat games such as Fortnite and PUBG are no longer playable on the iPhones following the iOS 13 update. Most of the problems that are making these games unplayable are because of the gesture controls.
The triple-finger tap-and-hold gesture which is a text-editing gesture on iOS 13 seems like it is bugged to a point where it steals touches from the game even if there are no visible text fields. This problem affects a lot of apps but particularly those mobile games that need the players to have three fingers on the display.
Tencent Games, the developers of PUBG mobile, have added an announcement in their game that informs the players about the ongoing issue. It advises them not to install the iOS 13 update on their iPhones. It says that the developers are in contact with Apple and are trying to resolve the issue at the earliest.