Apple releases the fourth version of iOS 13 in a fortnight

Apple releases the fourth version of iOS 13 in a fortnight

The update has been spotted by iPhone developers in an early version of iOS 13. The feature wasn't fully ready to be rolled out to new iPhone users - neither at the time of launch nor when the first public version of iOS 13 was rolled out last week.

Honestly, if the camera bug were the only reason Apple pushed this update out so quickly after release, I think I'd understand the reasoning.

Apple's new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone Pro Max rely on Smart HDR to combine multiple images and deliver you a photo that's rich in detail and dynamic range.

The iOS 13.1.2 is designed for all the iPhone and iPod touch models compatible with iOS 13.

Coming just three days after the iOS/iPadOS 13.1.1 emergency release that addresses a critical vulnerability with third-party keyboard apps, as well as battery drain issues and other important bugs and regressions, the iOS 13.1.2 and iPadOS 13.1.2 software updates are here to fix more bugs in the latest iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 operating systems.

To download the latest beta, you can hop over to Settings General Software Update on your iOS device and then hit "Download and Install" located towards the bottom of the page.

As per the official changelog provided by Apple, iOS 13.1.2 addresses an issue that could continue to show the progress bar for iCloud Backup after a successful backup.

It is also fixing an issue where the Camera may not work. New emoji might also be in the update as well along with some more bug fixes and performance improvements.

It's unclear when watchOS 6.1 will roll-out worldwide.

The new watchOS release also includes a bug fix for the issue that could result in a loss of display calibration data.

The Apple Watch should restart twice before the update is completely installed.

Another possible culprit was recently suggested as the new noise detection app in watchOS 6, which has the ability to run in the background to alert you to high noise levels.

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