While Apple had previously released the stable version of iOS 13 for all its global users, there were reports of several errors and problems in the update. To counteract those problems, as of September 27, Apple released the iOS13.1 update that addresses most of the problems faced by users in the previous version, but some of them had not yet been resolved. Now, the company has released the iOS 13.1.1 update that handles third-party keyboard access and some other key things.
Apple releases iOS 13.1.1 update to troubleshoot third-party keyboard issues and more
The new update corrects the third-party keyboard problem by giving them full access to send data to the Internet without user permission. Apart from that, version 13.1.1 also solves “problems that could prevent the iPhone from being restored from the backup”. A known issue of slow sync in Reminders by the Apple Siri voice assistant has also been resolved. The update should be implemented for users worldwide.
Version 13.1.1 also solves “problems that could prevent the iPhone from being restored from the backup”, improves Siri’s recognition on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, and corrects an error that could have led to a slow synchronization in the Reminders.
Previously, Apple introduced some major changes in iPadOS in which compatible iPads will now have specific functionality for tablets that will not be available on iPhones. Multitasking will be an important goal in this new approach with support for opening multiple applications on the home screen and also similar to Android widgets. The widgets will be visible on the home screen along with the application icons and can be customized throughout the screen.