Apple recently released its iOS 13.1.3 update for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches. iOS 13.1.3 is a general bug fix to the recently released iOS 13.1 update which brought new features like the ability to share files using the U1 ultra-wideband chip inside the iPhones. iPadOS debuted with the iOS 13.1 update, including all the features of iOS 13 along with iPad-specific ones like better multi-window and a full-fledged file manager.
The iOS 13.1.3 is now rolling out to users across the world. If you want to install the updates, go to Settings > General > Software Update on your iPhone or iPad. iOS 13 came with many new features, but it also seems like it has unexpectedly high bugs, which is why Apple released the 13.1.1 and 13.1.2 updates within 2 days of each other. Those 2 updates focused on fixing bugs in the Camera and iCloud backups. Hopefully, all the bugs are fixed with the new iOS 13.1.3 update.
iOS 13.1.3 Changes
Apple has said that the update fixes issues related to the Mail app and Bluetooth connectivity. Some of the major changes in iOS 13.1.3 are:
- Bluetooth was unreliable and disconnected in certain vehicles. This issue has been fixed.
- Improves connection reliability of Bluetooth headphones and hearing aids
- Apps that use Game Cent
- The Health app wasn’t adjusting its data reporting for the change due to daylight saving time. This update fixes that.
- Some apps were failing to download while restoring data to a new phone from iCloud Backup. This issue has been fixed.
- The update fixed issues with Apple watch pairing.
Apple also has an iOS 13.2 update in testing. This will be a major update, bringing Apple’s Deep Fusion camera feature which will make the iPhone’s cameras even better. Although that will probably be released towards the end of the year. Additionally, Apple also released an update for its Macs, which fixes Game Center and installation issues on macOS Catalina.