Apple released iOS 13 on Thursday (19) for compatible iPhones, and will have an update next week: the iOS 13.1 is coming on September 24, next to the iPadOS for tablets. This can help fix bugs in the iPhone 11 software, now on sale in more than 30 countries.
IOS 13.1 and iPadOS were originally scheduled for September 30, but their launch was brought forward by a week by Apple. The company gave no specific reason.
However, there is a very likely reason: to fix the bugs in the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and Pro Max. “The splash screen freezes and restarts. The Messages app gives an error and places the text field at the top of the screen. AirDrop crashed so much that I had to restart the device a few times to get it working again. The camera application makes a few chokes from time to time ”, says the review of The Verge.
“I would expect problems like this if the Pro or Max used screens of different sizes than normal, but they are exactly the same as last year. I’ve also been using the iOS 13 beta on the XS and XS Max for months, and this issue never came up on my other test devices, ”explains Engadget.
iOS 13.1 fixes security hole and activates U1 chip
IOS 13.1 will also fix a bug that allows you to see your contacts from the lock screen, without the iPhone being unlocked:
In addition, the update will activate the U1 chip in the new iPhones: you point one iPhone 11 at another and that puts you at the top of the share list via AirDrop.
In turn, iPadOS brings improvements to iPad multitasking, allows access to files on a USB stick, brings new gestures for text editing, and provides experimental mouse support.
TvOS 13 will arrive on Apple TV on September 30, while macOS Catalina is due in October.
With information: Engadget.