On September 19, Apple released iOS 13. Five days later, as expected, iOS 13.1 and iPadOS were released. With iOS 13.1, the U1 Ultra-Wideband chip has been enabled within the iPhone 11 family. This could provide Apple tag tracking capabilities and allow an iPhone user to find another iPhone user nearby. The update also added the ability to share a user’s ETA from the Apple Maps app and record videos with a transparent or invisible background for editing purposes.
But Apple also acknowledged that some errors had to be exterminated and exploits closed, so today it has expelled iOS 13.1.1. With this update, the vulnerability that allowed third-party QWERTY keyboard applications to filter the personal data of an iPhone user over the Internet is eliminated. And iOS 13.1.1 will help those who have experienced faster battery consumption than usual on their iPhone after installing iOS 13.
And there’s more. With the update, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max users will see an improvement in the way Siri recognizes their activity requests; iOS 13.1.1 solves a problem that can cause slow reminder synchronization and also prevents the reactivation of Safari suggestions without authorization after disabling. And if you frequently back up data to your iPhone, you might be happy to see that iOS 13.1.1 fixes a problem that prevents the device from restoring files from the backup.
Although this is a minor update, it must be installed on your iPhone. Meanwhile, iPadOS 13.1.1 was also released today by Apple. This is the first incremental update of the iOS-based dedicated tablet operating system developed by the technology giant.
You can find updates on your compatible iPhone or iPad by going to Settings => General => Software Update.
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