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Tech & Science iOS 13.1.1 now available with fixes for battery drain, third-party keyboard bug, and more

12:11  28 september  2019
12:11  28 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Apple continues fixing up iOS 13 ’s bugs . Earlier this week, Apple alerted customers that third - party keyboards on iOS 13 could gain “full access” and transfer data over the internet even without user iOS 13 . 1 . 1 is Apple’s latest attempt to address the bugginess of its most recent major software release.

iOS 13 . 1 . 1 includes bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone. This update – Fixes a security issue for third - party keyboard apps. For information on the security content of Apple software updates, please visit this website: https iPadOS 13 . 1 . 1 includes bug fixes and improvements for your iPad.

a hand holding a cell phone © Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

Earlier this week, Apple alerted customers that third-party keyboards on iOS 13 could gain “full access” and transfer data over the internet even without user permission, and now the company has already released an update to fix it. iOS 13.1.1 is rolling out now, and along with patching up the third-party keyboard issue, it includes a fix for customers who might’ve experienced faster-than-normal battery drain after updating to iOS 13.

The 13.1.1 release also resolves “issues that could prevent iPhone from restoring from backup,” improves Siri recognition on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, and fixes a bug that could’ve led to slow syncing in Reminders.

iOS 13.1.1 is Apple’s latest attempt to address the bugginess of its most recent major software release. But other issues remain. The worst problem that myself and others at The Verge have experienced is that an iPhone on iOS 13 can sometimes drop data, yet continue to show full bars as if everything is fine. This usually happens after I’ve come up from the subways here in New York. Toggling airplane mode or cellular data isn’t enough to fix it; only powering the phone off and on again gets things running normally again.

Google just started fixing the Pixel 4 .
The Pixel 4 hit stores only a few days ago, and just like every Pixel phone that preceded it, the phone launched with several issues that Google needs to fix — it’s a sort of Pixel tradition. Smooth Display issues and 3D Face Unlock security are two things Google confirmed it’ll fix via software updates, and the first one has just arrived, with improvements for the Pixel 4’s 90Hz display. Smooth Display is a feature not many competing smartphones have, not even the iPhone 11 or the Galaxy Note 10.

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