Does Apple have a bigger problem with iOS 13?

Already the fourth iOS 13 update within four weeks is available for download. Version 13.1.3 fixes numerous errors in the operating system again. If that goes on, Apple sets a new record negative.

Obviously, iOS 13 was not really finished when it was released. Because shortly after Apple delivered with iOS 13.1 missing features and fixed numerous errors in the operating system. But even after this update, the worm was still in it and the iPhones got another update at the end of September. Who thought, now for now is peace, was wrong tremendously. Because on iOS 13.1.1 followed a few days another update and now with iOS 13.1.3 is already an update ready, which fixes many problems. These are not just little flaws that hardly anyone notices. Some of the bugs can be annoying.

  • The update fixes an issue where an iPhone will no longer ring or vibrate on incoming calls.
  • After the update, it is no longer possible to not be able to open appointment invitations in Mail.
  • iOS 13.1.3 fixes the bug that prevents apps from restoring from an iCloud backup.
  • After restoring, voice memos can now be loaded again.
  • In the health app data are displayed correctly again, which were confused after the summertime adjustment.
  • The update eliminates the problem that prevented an Apple Watch from pairing with an iPhone.
  • Messages are again reliably displayed on the watch under iOS 13.1.3.
  • The tiresome Bluetooth problems in cars are a thing of the past.
  • The same applies to connection problems with Bluetooth headsets and hearing aids.
  • Finally, the update improves performance when launching apps that use the Game Center.

In the footsteps of iOS 11?

Basically, it’s good that Apple is trying to fix problems quickly with updates. As ” ” but has noted, iOS 13 is about to break the sad update record of iOS 11, which had a total of 14 updates needed. Actually, Apple wanted to end such conditions. Therefore, in early 2018, it decided to postpone scheduled new features and focus on iOS 12 for stability, security, and performance. That actually succeeded.

There are still no iOS 11 states and maybe the operating system is now running in calmer waters. According to “” in the community, however, calls for a move away from the annual upgrades to a fixed date. Apple should not deploy its systems until they’re done, not when the calendar dictates, that’s the demand.