This new iOS 13.1.1 solves some bugs appeared in its predecessor
Apple rolled out iOS 13.1.1 updates to iPhone users. The update contains various fixes for problems that exist on the iPhone.
Earlier this week, Apple notified users of third-party keyboard applications on iOS 13 being able to access and transfer data through the internet even without permission. The iOS 13.1.1 update that is being released now fixes this problem.
The iOS 13.1.1 update also fixes customers who experience wasteful batteries after updating to iOS 13. The iOS 13.1.1 release also resolves issues that can prevent iPhone restoring from backups, increases Siri’s introduction on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, and fixed a bug that caused slow synchronization in Reminders.
Citing The Verge, Saturday (09/28/2019), iOS 13.1.1 is Apple’s new effort to overcome the problem of launching the latest major software. Even though the update is released by Apple Minor, but you should update it.
Apart from all that, Apple also has other software releases. iOS 13 is not present on all existing iPhones, but the giant from Cupertino does not forget the old device that does not support the latest operating system.
Apple rolled out iOS 12.4.2 for devices that don’t support the latest operating systems. Quoted from Ubergizmo, the update will not bring changes and improvements like those found on iOS 13 but will eliminate some bugs and introduce security enhancements.
Devices that are eligible for iOS 12.4.2 updates are iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. So, if you have one of those devices, it’s not a bad thing to update the operating system to keep it safe.