As promised, Apple released on Tuesday afternoon (24) the update of the iOS 13.1, just like the first public version of iPadOS(which already comes out with number 13.1).
Download now on your iPhone or iPad via Settings> General> System Update.
This is the official list with the news:
IOS 13.1 Official News (CLICK HERE)
IOS13.1 includes bug fixes and enhancements, including Ultra-Wideband AirDrop technology on iPhone11, iPhone11Pro and iPhone11ProMax, suggested automations in the Shortcuts app, and the ability to share arrival time in the Maps app.
- Possibility to select who you want to share via AirDrop by simply pointing from one iPhone11, iPhone11Pro or iPhone11ProMax to another using the new U1 chip with Ultra-Wideband technology for spatial perception.
- Suggested Automaes in Gallery, Customized for Your Daily Routine
- Automaes personal and for your home, allowing you to automatically trigger shortcuts based on triggers
- The Home app supports shortcuts like advanced actions on the Automat tab.
- Share your estimated arrival time while the route is in progress
- Battery charging optimized to extend battery life by reducing the time iPhone is fully charged
- Performance management feature for iPhoneXR, iPhoneXS, and iPhoneXSMax to prevent the device from turning off unexpectedly, including the option to disable this feature if an unexpected shutdown occurs
- Notifications when the Battery Health feature cannot verify that a new and genuine Apple battery is installed in an iPhoneXR, iPhoneXS, iPhoneXSMax and later versions
This update also includes bug fixes and other enhancements:
- Add a link to the Search app's Me tab to allow a guest to sign in and locate a lost device
- Includes notifications when iPhone screen cannot be verified as a new and genuine Apple screen on iPhone11, iPhone11Pro and iPhone11ProMax
- Addresses issues in Mail that could cause incorrect download counts, senders and missing subjects, difficulty selecting or flagging conversations, duplicate notifications or overlapping fields
- Fixes a Mail issue that could prevent background email message downloads
- Addresses an issue that could prevent Memojis from tracking facial expressions correctly in the Messaging app.
- Fixes an issue that could cause photos not to appear in the detail view in the Messaging app.
- Fixes an issue in the Reminders app that prevents some users from sharing iCloud lists.
- Addresses an issue with the Notes app where Exchange notes could not be displayed in search results.
- Addresses an issue in Calendar where birthday events could appear multiple times.
- Fixes an issue that may prevent third-party login windows from displaying in the Files app.
- Corrects an issue that could cause the Camera to display in an incorrect orientation when swiping to open the Camera on the Lock screen
- Addresses an issue that could cause the screen to sleep when interacting with the Lock screen.
- Fixes issues where app icons might appear blank or as a different app on the Home screen.
- Addresses an issue that could prevent the appearance of compatible background images from changing by switching between Light and Dark modes.
- Addresses stability issues by logging out of iCoud in Settings Passwords and Accounts
- Fixes an issue that could cause repeated failures when starting a session to update IDApple settings.
- Fixes an issue that could prevent the device from vibrating when connecting to a charger
- Addresses an issue that could cause people and groups to appear blurry on the Share Sheet.
- Fixes an issue that could prevent alternative words from being displayed by tapping a misspelled word
- Addresses an issue that could prevent multilanguage typing from working.
- Addresses an issue that could prevent the QuickType keyboard from returning after using a third party keyboard.
- Fixes an issue that could prevent the Edit menu from displaying when selecting text.
- Fixes an issue that could cause Siri not to read CarPlay Messages
- Addresses an issue that could prevent a message from being sent using third-party messaging apps in CarPlay.
If you have not noticed, one of the changes reported by Apple is the implementation of the performance management system on last year's devices (iPhone XR, XS and XS Max). This feature is that polemic introduced in the iPhone 6, which reduces system performance when the physical battery begins to wear out. As a result, when current batteries start to malfunction, the entire system slows down so that unexpected shutdowns do not occur.