Published: Thu, October 17, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Apple releases iOS 13.1.3, iPad iOS 13.1.3 to fix bugs

Apple releases iOS 13.1.3, iPad iOS 13.1.3 to fix bugs

The last update was for the iOS 13.1.1.

Apple on Tuesday released iOS 13.1.3 along with iPadOS 13.1.3, minor updates to the iOS 13.1.2 software that was released few days back, to fix bugs and upgrade performance.

The Apple Watch bugs may well have frustrated anyone who has recently invested in an iPhone 11 or Apple Watch Series 5.

Apple today announced that it has officially made iOS 13.1.3 available to the public.

But it points to a slip in quality control from Apple when a release so major has so many bugs. The update comes as a solution for fixing the existing bugs from iPhone and iPad devices.

Apple has also released install numbers for the newly released iPadOS, Apple's new iPad-specific operating system that was introduced this year at WWDC 2019.

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On the iOS side, according to Apple, the data obtained from the App Store shows that 41 percent of the iPhones are running iOS 12 and the remaining 9 percent of the devices are running version of iOS older than iOS 12. Although the newest version does include a lot of bug fixes, there is always a chance of bigger problems appearing, which means some users might want to downgrade iOS 13.1.3 to iOS 13.1.2.

The issue of Voice memos recordings not getting downloaded after restoring from iCloud Backup is positively addressed in iOS 13.1.3.

The tech giant also released an update for macOS Catalina. It resolves the pairing problem as well as the issue where notifications via Apple Watch are not received.

The British users were having a hard time with the Health app, as it was not displaying the correct data after British Summer Time adjusted.

The issue concerning the Bluetooth connectivity with certain vehicles is now fixed.

We are now waiting for a report on how well macOS Catalina is faring with the users.

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