On September 19, Apple released the iOS 13 across several iPhone handsets. Five days later, the Cupertino-based firm released iOS 13.1 to address some issues in the first update. And to enable the U1 Ultra Wideband chip inside the iPhone 11 series. The U1 will allow the latest iPhones to track Apple Tags and also allows an iPhone user to find another iPhone user nearby. Apple’s iOS 13.1 allows users to share their estimated time of arrival from the Apple Maps app. Last but not least, it allows you to record a video with transparent or invisible background for editing purposes. Now iOS 13.1.1 is rolling out to address some bugs and security flaws that appeared.
The update fixes a security flaw that allows third-party QWERTY keyboard apps to leak a user’s personal data. Furthermore, the new update will help users who have been suffering from a sudden battery drain that started after installing iOS 13.1.
Moreover, with this update, iPhone 11 users will see an improvement in Siri capacity of recognizing task requests. In addition, iOS 13.1.1 fixes an issue that could cause Reminders to sync slowly. It also prevents Safari suggestions from turning back on without permission after being disabled. Last but not least, it restores the backup function that wasn’t working as expected after the last update.
Although iOS 13.1.1 is a minor incremental update it is mandatory for all eligible iPhones. Worth noting that Apple also released the first incremental update for its iPad oriented system today in the form of iPadOS 13.1.1. You can find the updates on your compatible iPhone or iPad by going to Settings > General > Software update.