Apple is seeding the iOS 13.2 developer beta 1 today, as well as iPadOS 13.2. This release brings the iPhone 11’s Deep Fusion feature.
Apple is releasing iOS 13 updates at a furious pace, and the latest to hit devices is iOS 13.1.2 with bug fixes.
Jeff Williams, Kevin Lynch, and Sumbul Desai recently had an interview talking about the Apple Watch and how heart health became a focus.
Just three days after releasing iOS 13.1, Apple is now pushing iOS 13.1.1 to its devices. It fixes a number of security and bug issues.
iOS 13 supports a wide range of Apple devices. But some of the “more older” devices can’t update. Luckily, iOS 12.4.2 is here for them.
A bit ahead of schedule, Apple is releasing iOS 13.1 and iPadOS today. I wrote an update guide for iOS 13 and I’ll share that as a linked teaser, because the steps are identical for iPadOS. Just make sure that your iPad is properly backed up to iCloud or iTunes.
Once your iPhone is backed up, you’re ready to install iOS 13. You can either do so via iTunes, or right on your device. Go to Settings > General > Software Update. After a second or two, iOS 13 will appear and you can tap the install button. You can also enable the option for automatic backups. Like iCloud Backup, your iPhone will update automatically.
A couple of tweets from prominent journalists have said that Apple will release iOS 13.1 on September 24, instead of September 30 as previously reported. Both Lauren Goode (Wired) and Matthew Panzarino (TechCrunch) are saying this.
Also: iOS 13.1, the next (and presumably more stable) version of the software will ship September 24, *not* September 30 as previously expected & reported.
Apple is releasing iOS 13 today, the newest version of its iPhone operating system. Our guide can help you safely update your iPhone.
Apple is releasing iOS 12.3.2 today, and it fixes a Portrait Mode bug that some iPhone 8 Plus owners have been experiencing.
Apple’s special event today was focused mainly on services, but we’ll also be getting iOS 12.2 and macOS 14.4 today.
Apple has released iOS 12.1.3 today with fixes for bugs. Other OS updates should also be available as well.
Aside from iOS, there is also a supplemental update for macOS. You should download both as soon as you can.
Dr. Mac says he doesn’t usually write about Apple’s minor operating system updates, but, if you’re using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you should update to iOS version 9.3.5 without delay. Read all about it in Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves #190: Update your iOS 9.x Devices Now!