What's up with Apple? Bugs in iOS 13 are fixed instantly
30.09.2019 0 Comments
The final version of iOS 13 was released on September 19, a little over a week ago. During this time, Apple managed to release as many as two updates for the new operating system: iOS 13.1 and iOS 13.1.1. New features have appeared in fresh firmware, but most importantly, numerous bugs have been fixed. It could take months to eliminate such ones not so long ago! What happened to Apple? They remembered the past years and saw a huge difference.
Apple is trying
Apple developers have not worked so actively for several years. Nine days have passed since the release of iOS 13, and the company has already released two full updates. iOS 13.1 fixed a mountain of bugs and added new features. iOS 13.1.1 fixed critical errors, including a vulnerability in third-party keyboards and an issue that could cause iPhone to run out of power after installing iOS 13.
And how was it in past years? Compare for yourself!
iOS 12 – Released September 17, 2018. iOS 12.0.1, the first mini-firmware update, had to wait until October 8th! iOS 12.1 was released on October 30th. These updates contained not only innovations, but also important fixes that users were waiting for.
iOS 11 – Released September 19, 2017. The first major update, iOS 11.1, became available more than a month later, on October 31. Prior to this, minor updates were released for iOS 11.0.1, iOS 11.0.2 and iOS 11.0.3, but as you can remember, they were none. The first versions of iOS 11 carried so many bugs that some iPhone users are still being updated with caution.
iOS 10 – Released September 13, 2016. The first mini-update of iOS 10.0.2 is already on September 23, but here is the second technical update, iOS 10.0.3, only on October 17! Here's how much time Apple took to launch patched updates.
In the case of iOS 13, it seems that everything has really changed. Most of all, the updates contain useful innovations and really important fixes.
We really hope that Apple will continue to work so well.
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