Apple has just updated the device operating system to iOS 13.1. This update comes earlier than originally planned to be released on September 30, but Apple is advancing it five days after iOS 13 was released. What’s new?
If the user has previously installed iOS 13 and found a number of annoying problems, immediately install this update. Because, Apple provides several bug fixes.
In addition, there are system enhancements and new features, such as improved AirDrop capabilities, and there are AirPods volume adjustment indicators.
Not only that, now users can share Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) with family or colleagues using Apple Maps.
Siri shortcuts can also be added automatically. Users can also set triggers to run any shortcut automatically.
To install iOS 13.1 make sure the user’s device does support it. Supporting devices include: iPhone 11 Pro Max / iPhone 11 Pro / iPhone 11 / iPhone XS / iPhone XS Max / iPhone XR / iPhone X / iPhone 8 / iPhone 8 Plus / iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus / iPhone 6s / iPhone 6s Plus / iPhone SE / iPod touch (7th generation).
To download and install iOS 13.1 is easy by opening Settings> General> Software Update. Then press Download and Install.