Apple releases iOS 13.1.3 with even more bug fixes


Before the end of September, Apple released iOS 13.1.2 and iPadOS 13.1.2 to the public. And now we have yet another minor update for the mobile operating system.

On Tuesday, Apple officially released iOS 13.1.3 to the public. As the version number suggests this is another minor update for the mobile OS, primarily meant to fix any lingering bugs, while also improving the overall performance of the software. iOS 13.1.3 is a free update for iOS and iPadOS, and it’s available to download and install now.

iPadOS 13.1.3 is also available to download.

At the time of publication, it remains unknown what, exactly, is new in the software. However, as soon as we know more about iOS 13.1.3 and what Apple added, we will update this post accordingly. The changelog for iOS 13.1.3 is pretty straightforward, saying the new software “includes bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone”.


It has been a crazy month or so for iOS 13. The major upgrade to Apple’s mobile OS was first launched on September 19. It took less than a week before Apple launched iOS 13.1, which featured not only new features like the ability to share your ETA in Apple Maps, but also a lot of bug fixes. Soon after that, Apple launched iOS 13.1.1 to fix even more bugs, with iOS 13.1.2 seeing a public launch before the end of September.

Are you still experiencing any major performance issues or bugs on your iOS device?

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