Apple today released iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 for all compatible iPhones and iPads. This second major point update of iOS and iPadOS 13 comes with a number of new features and enhancements apart from bug fixes.
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The ride for Apple is getting bumpier with new iOS 13 issues popping up every now and then. It began with a bug in iOS 13.1.3 which caused errors in the U1 chip. The only solution involved replacing phones. Now a new issue is breaking wired and wireless charging on iOS 13.1.3.
A week after dropping the third beta of iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2, Apple has released the fourth beta of the OSes to developers on the beta channel. Like the previous beta release, this release is also all about bug fixes and stability improvements.
Updated your iPhone to iOS 13 and noticed an improvement in battery life? Thank the new Dark mode for that. As a video from YouTuber PhoneBuff shows, iOS 13’s Dark Mode brings about a noticeable improvement in battery life.
Apple has introduced a new Low Data Mode in iOS 13 which will help save mobile data or Wi-Fi data usage on your iPhone. One might have access to high-speed unlimited Wi-Fi and cellular data in their own home or city but that’s not true for everyone. In many parts of the world, mobile cellular data is still exorbitantly expensive and Wi-Fi networks have data caps as well.
iOS 13 introduced a number of new features but it did not bring a redesigned home screen experience on the iPhone that many people were expecting. Apple also took away 3D Touch and replaced it with Haptic Touch which has made certain tasks a bit difficult. With 3D Touch, the process to rearrange and delete apps from the iOS home screen was simple since one just had to adjust how hard they would press on the display. With Haptic Touch, things become a bit confusing and something as simple as moving and deleting apps in iOS 13 has become difficult.
Apple yesterday released the third developer beta of iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 The first two developer betas of iOS 13.2 packed plenty of changes, but the third beta is relatively light in this department. It does not bring any major changes, though Apple has made some subtle tweaks here and there in the OS.
Apple has updated its App Store Developers page to reflect that iOS 13 is now installed on 55% of devices introduced in the last year and 50% of all iPhones out there. As for iPadOS, it is running on 41% of iPads launched in the last four years, with overall 33% iPads out there running the OS.
Dark Mode is one of the most touted feature of iOS 13. Microsoft has finally sprung into action and has updated its Office Suite on iOS with dark mode support. The list of apps includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.