iOS 13.6 brings in a toggle feature to automatically download future software updates
This feature will automatically download and install the software update for you overnight. Your device needs to be on charge and connected to the WiFi.
Apple is now rolling out the second set of developer betas of iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6. While these updates include some additional controls, Apple is adding a new feature that will automatically download and install future software updates.
The new Automatic Updates setting will allow your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch to automatically download software updates when you connected to the WiFi. This is going to be a toggle feature.
iOS and iPadOS already have a feature that allows you to download and install software updates overnight, this new toggle feature just adds to it. You will not have to manually download any update anymore, the OS will just send you a push notification before an update is scheduled to be installed overnight. For this, your device will have to be on charge and connected to WiFi.
Apple is also expected to introduce iOS 14 at WWDC 2020, which is less than two weeks away. There is no certainty about whether iOS 13.6 will be rolled out publicly before the beta testing for iOS 14 begins, we'll have to wait and watch.
The new iOS 13.6 is also bringing in the ‘Symptoms' feature in the Health app that will let you track symptoms of different illnesses. There are new data types available in the HealthKit to track symptoms like headache, chills, sore throat etc.