Apple releases version 13.6.1 for iOS and iPadOS
Apple releases version 13.6.1 for iOS and iPadOS

Apple released iOS and iPadOS version 13.6.1 on Wednesday for all supported devices, focusing on resolving the issue.

IOS 13.6.1 and iPadOS 13.6.1 fixed the green color issue on some screens caused by thermal management issues. These two systems can also solve the issue of turning off "exposure notifications" for some users.

Additionally, an issue was fixed that prevented the automatic deletion of unnecessary system data files when space was low. This is especially useful for owners of old iPhones and iPads who don't have much storage space.

IOS 13.6.1 is about 110MB in size and can now be installed under (Settings), (General), General and then (Software Update), Software Update.

This update could be one of the final updates to iOS 13 as iOS 14 is expected to be released in the next few weeks.

Apple released iOS version 13.5 in May last year, which includes two new functions related to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) COVID-19.

The US tech giant has also changed the new version of the face recognition unlock feature to make it easier to unlock your phone with a mask. Another job is technology support (Apple-Google). The two companies also announced the first release today. Release.

In an older version of iOS, if a user wears a mask and tries to access the phone with Face ID, they will have to wait a few seconds for the iPhone to try to recognize their face before allowing the entry. password. In iOS 13.5, when a user swipes a mask from the bottom of the screen, they are presented with the option to enter the password instantly.


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