Published: Tue, November 19, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Apple launches iOS 13.2.3 update

Apple launches iOS 13.2.3 update

The iOS 13.2.3 brings a number of fixes onboard for native apps like Mail, Files and Notes while addressing issues related to attachments showing up in Messages app and background downloading by certain apps.

With the next iteration of the mobile OS, 13.2.3, Apple has eliminated a new bug that prevented apps from downloading content while running in the background. In the interim Apple is already working on iOS 13.3 update. Since the launch, the feature-rich iOS 13 has been updated multiple times to fix a range of bugs.

The changelog provided by Apple also mentions that the new iOS and iPadOS updates address the issue where attachments such as photos and links weren't visible in the details view of the Messages app. That's separate to the earlier problem where some users complained that iOS was being too eager to shut down apps in the background, meaning they lost whatever progress they were making in them.

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Slow email: If you were unable to see the latest email and facing other issues such as such as failing to include and quote the original message in Exchange, the latest update will sort that out for you. Let's break down what's new in the iOS 13.2.3 update.

iOS 13.2 3 is a roughly 104 MB update. The update is around 90MB in size but actual size will vary with device.

Apple's iOS 13 roll out hasn't really been smooth. This year, Apple is believed to have taken a more cautious approach, not over-promising for iOS 13 and instead trying to keep its feature-set more manageable.

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