iOS 13.1.3 has been released for all iOS 13-compatible iPhones to fix issues from iOS 13.1.2. If you’re on any version of iOS 13, you need this update. If you’re on iOS 12 then stay away until Apple can release an update to iOS 13 which makes it a lot more stable.
Apple states that iOS 13.1.3 fixes the following problems:
- A problem where the phone would not ring or vibrate if called.
- An issue that may prevent opening a meeting invite in Mail.
- A problem with the Health app where data may not display correctly after daylight saving time adjusts.
- An issue in Voice Memos where recordings may not download when restoring from an iCloud backup.
- A bug with Apple Watch which may prevent it from pairing successfully.
- An issue with the Apple Watch where notifications may not be received.
- A problem of bluetooth disconnecting on certain vehicles.
It also improves launch performance for apps that use Game Centre and improves connection reliability for Bluetooth hearing aids and headsets.
iPadOS 13.1.3 has also been released for iPadOS 13-compatible iPads which should include these changes as well.
Have you noticed a stability increase since updating to iOS 13.1.3 or has it gotten worse? Tell me down in the comments below!
Several users have complained that after installing Apple’s iOS 13.1.2 update calls have been randomly dropping out or the phone loses its signal completely.
Apple have now closed the signing window for all iOS versions older than 13.1.2, meaning that a downgrade to fix the issue is impossible unless you have saved SHSH blogs before an older version went unsigned.
If you’re on iOS 13.1.2 and experiencing this issue, the best you can do is hope for an update to come out soon fixing it. You could also try installing the iOS 13.2 beta and see if this helps.
iOS 13 has already experienced several issues which has caused Apple to release three updates in the first few weeks to fix it.
What do you think of iOS 13?￼ What issues are you having? Tell me down in the comments below!
When I first bought my 4S, it was running the laggy, slow iOS 9.3.5. After getting the charging port fixed under warranty, I downloaded the iOS 6 IPSW, and restored it. iOS 6.1.3 downgrades are still ‘authorized’ by Apple for the 4S. I then updated to 8.4.1 through the Settings and then reset my device for the best experience.
Whilst I was installing some apps, I suddenly got a pop-up notification. It read “iOS 9.3.6 is now available for your iPhone”
I realised not only had iOS 9.3.6’s update package taken up a large portion of my storage, but there was also an annoying badge next to the Settings icon on the home screen that wouldn’t go away. Also the fear of the update automatically installing overnight and slowing down the iPhone to a crawl (and forcing me to repeat the downgrade process again) scared me. I knew I had to take action to prevent iOS 9 from being installed on my iPhone 4S.
That was when I found out about the tvOS beta profile OTA blocking method. It’s simple: install a beta profile, reboot, and poof! Settings will now think there is indeed no update and act as though iOS 8.4.1 (in my case) is the latest.
To disable OTA updates on your Apple device, follow these steps:
- Head over to betaprofiles.com, scroll down to find the profile labelled ‘Block update for iOS’
- Download it and then Settings will open, prompting you to install it. Once installed, reboot your device.
- Once rebooted, try running software update again. If it says that your software is now up to date, then it’s worked. If it still offers the dowloaded update, go to Usage in General and delete the OTA. Then reboot and try checking again.
- If there is an annoying red ‘1’ badge by the top right corner of the Settings app on the home screen, then factory resetting your device’s settings (General –> Reset –> Reset all settings) appears to be the only option without jailbreaking that you can do to get rid of the badge. Once done, you may have to install the tvOS beta profile again if it gets deleted during the reset to continue blocking updates.
Now, the software update section in Settings will act as though your current iOS version is the latest version of iOS available, in my case iOS 8.4.1. You will not need to worry about automatic updates since there won’t be any to install.