Apple has released iOS 13.1.1 for iPhone and iPads, which is released mainly for iOS 13 Security issues and this update includes a number of bug fixes including one for battery drain and resolves third-party keyboards issues
This update Also resolves “problems that might stop iPhone from restored backup,” increases Siri identification on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, and fixes a bug that might have resulted in slow synchronization in Reminders.
Apple warned customers earlier this week that third-party iOS 13 keyboards could gain “full access” and move information over the internet even without customer permission, and now the company has published an update to solve it.
Apple continues fixing up Upcoming iOS 13’s bugs
iOS 13.1.1 is the latest effort by Apple to resolve the buggy of its latest major release of software. But there are still other problems. The worst issue I and others have encountered at The Verge is that sometimes an iPhone on iOS 13 can lose information, but it still shows complete bars as if it’s all right. This generally occurs after I arrive here in New York from the subways. It’s not enough to solve toggling airplane mode or cellular information; only powering the phone off and getting stuff operating again usually.
It does need to be installed on your iPhone, even though this is a minor update. In the meantime, Apple has also released iPadOS 13.1.1 today. This is the first incremental update of the tech giant’s dedicated tablet operating system based on iOS.
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You can update your iPhone or iPad to iOS 13.1.1 by going to Settings > General > Software update.