Last week, We informed you that Apple alerted its users about the bug that third-party keyboards on iOS 13 gain “full access” and share all your data over the internet even without the consent of the users. At that time the company advised all the users to stay alert and promised to release the update with the fixes. So here is the good news that the company has fulfilled the promise. It has released an update to fix the bug that is a threat to the user’s privacy. Yes, Apple is rolling out the iOS 13.1.1 along with patching up the third-party keyboard issue.
The new update also includes a fix for customers who have experienced faster battery drain than normal after updating to iOS 13. Furthermore, the 13.1.1 also comes with the fix that is resolving the issues that prevent the iPhone from restoring from backup. It comes with some improvements for Siri recognition on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. It also includes a fix for a bug that is slowing a syncing in Reminders.
iOS 13.1.1 Release: Think Before You Upgrade it!
The Apple iOS 13.1.1 has brought major fixes for the users but there are still some bugginess that are experiencing by the users. Some users are still complaining that “iPhone on iOS 13 can sometimes drop data”.
Some users have also reported that unfortunately, just like its predecessors, iOS 13.1.1 fails to resolve the biggest problems in iOS 13 that include the Mail, Reminders and the battery problems introduced in iOS 13.1. Furthermore, there are complaints that after the update, iPhones are also making issues when you start it.
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