Apple has just released one more update for its mobile operating system, iOS 13, which was released to everyone last week and won its first update, iOS 13.1, just days ago.
IOS 13.1.1 comes with extremely necessary system fixes, including fine-tuning performance to fix a problem involving rapid battery drainage as well as a glitch that prevented iPhones from restoring backups.
Another important aspect of this update relates to fixing a bug that prevented iPhone from being backed up with a backup, as well as exaggerated battery drain, Siri voice recognition, and fixing a security issue affecting a third-party keyboard.
The latest update was released shortly after a major release from Apple earlier this week, where the company warned that third-party keyboards installed on iOS 13 (and their iPadOS equivalents) could gain full data access even without permission. of the user.
Just as it released iOS 13.1.1 for the iPhone and iPod Touch, Apple also made the download of iPadOS 13.1.1; Users can update devices by going to Settings> General> Software Update.
The official changelog you see below:
- Fixes issues that could prevent the iPhone from being restored from a backup;
- Addresses a problem that could cause the battery to run out faster;
- Fixes an issue that could impact Siri order recognition on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max ;
- Addresses an issue where Safari search suggestions could be re-enabled after being turned off
- Addresses an issue that could cause the Reminders app to sync slowly;
- Fixes a security issue in third-party keyboard apps.