Apple's latest iOS update brings these key fixes for iPhone users
Another issue that is fixed in this version is the one that prevented unused system data files from getting deleted automatically.
Apple today rolled out its iOS 13.6.1 and iPadOS 13.6.1 update for all the eligible iPhone and iPad devices. As one can assume from the version numbers, this is a small update so don't expect some major visual changes or feature additions in this one. The build includes several bud fixes. However, one of the issues it fixes is the green tint on some displays, which reportedly happened due to thermal management issue. The version also fixes the issue that disabled Exposure Notifications for some iPhone and iPad users.
Another issue that is fixed in this version is the one that prevented unused system data files from getting deleted automatically. This should come a good news for those using older iPhones and iPad that come with lesser storage space.
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The iOS 13.6.1 is said to weigh 110MB and you can install it right away by navigating through Settings > General > Software Update. It is also said to be one of the last updates for iOS 13 as the company already has revealed iOS 14. It can be downloaded as a beta right now. The final version is likely to arrive in September-end or October around the same time when the new iPhones are introduced.
Talking about beta OS versions, Apple's macOS Big Sur public beta is out for download now. Apple announced the macOS Big Sur at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this year. The new macOS software is going to be released this fall along with iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. The Big Sur comes with some visual changes, better privacy tools and also some solid improvements.
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