Apple is already on version 13.1.3 of the operating system for the iPhone and iPad. As a reminder, iOS 13 was launched less than a month ago. Since then, it has been raining updates, because both iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 turned out to be full of bugs. Quite a few of them have now been fixed. All of them? That’s not very likely.
This time, Apple addressed the crucial issue of the absence of a ringtone or vibration in incoming calls, as well as problems with invitations to meetings in Mail, with i-backups and with Game Center. There’s also a solution for not being able to link your Apple Watch and not being able to receive notifications on the smartwatch. There’s also a fix for the Bluetooth connection, which has been disconnected in some cars. According to ZDNet, in 13.1.2 there was still a problem with the battery that ran out too fast, but the tech guy doesn’t say a word about that now.
Moreover, there were a lot of complaints about conversations that suddenly disappeared after a minute or so. Apple provides the full list of troubleshooting solutions in this latest update for the iPhone (from the 6S model) and the iPad (from the iPad Mini 4 and iPad Air 2 models):
- Solution for an issue where an incoming call was not announced with a ringtone or vibration
- Solution for an issue where an invitation to a meeting in Mail was not opened
- Solution for an issue where data in the Health app was not displayed correctly after the time was adjusted for wintertime
- Solution for an issue where recordings in Dictaphone were not downloaded after restoring an iCloud backup
- Solution for an issue where apps were not downloaded after an iCloud backup was restored
- Solution for an issue where the Apple Watch could not be paired
- Solution for an issue where no notifications were received on an Apple Watch
- Solution for an issue where the Bluetooth connection was broken in certain vehicles
- Improved reliability of the connection with Bluetooth hearing aids and headphones
- Improved performance when starting apps GameCenter use