On Wednesday 12 August Apple released iOS 13.6.1 and iPad OS 13.6.1, two updates that offer various bug fixes.
The update comes a month after iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 arrived.
According to Apple’s accompanying documentation the update:
- Resolves an issue that causes unnecessary system data files to not be automatically deleted when storage starts to run out.
- Solves a problem with the heat management that made some screens green.
- Resolves an issue with exposure notices that could not be disabled for some users.
Here’s how to update:
- Open Settings.
- Tap General.
- Tap Software Update.
Your iPhone will search for the update and then invite you to Download and Install (unless you have set your iPhone to automatically install all updates, in which case it might have already installed).
Apple has also issued a supplemental update to macOS Catalina – more information here: macOS Catalina update fixes virtualisation problems.
To find out what the latest update to iOS 13 is, and details of any problems people are experiencing read: iOS 13: Latest Version, Updates, Problems, Fixes & Features.
And if you are more interested in the upcoming iOS 14 read about the new features in iOS 14 here, and how iOS 14 compares to iOS 13 here.
This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by Karen Haslam.