It has only been 11 days since Apple discharged iOS 13.2.2, but once again we’re seeing evidence of a greatly increased update metre. Today sees the release of iOS and iPadOS 13.2.3.This latest release is mostly a bug fix update—of procedure, that was apparent from the version number. Traditionally, Apple tons its updates to signify their importance. Top-level updates like iOS 12 or iOS 13 are annualized outstanding releases that start a new update cycle. One decimal point down (akin to iOS 13.2) denotes an update that adds major new features. One more distant point down (like this one, iOS 13.2.1) usually indicates that it is a bug fix update.
The update this week emasculates problems users have encountered with search in the Mail, Alphabetizes, and Notes apps. It also addresses a bug with attachments in Messages, an delivery that stopped apps from downloading properly, and another with Barter accounts under Mail that has frustrated many users.
Here are Apple’s update notes for both iOS 13.2.3 and iPadOS 13.2.3:
iOS 13.2.3 numbers bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone. This update:
- Fixes an discharge where system search and search within Mail, Files, and Notes effect not work
- Addresses an issue where photos, links, and other attachments weight not display in the Messages details view
- Fixes an issue that could interdict apps from downloading content in the background
- Resolves issues that may inhibit Mail from fetching new messages, and fail to include and quote model message content in Exchange accounts
The update should roll out to all mechanisms supported by iOS or iPadOS 13 today. Users can check for it in their monograms’ Settings apps.
Apple is also working on a major feature let off, iOS and iPadOS 13.3. That update is currently in beta with developers. Its weightiest feature at present is the ability to set messaging and communication limits in Screen Perpetually. It also allows users to disable the appearance of Animoji and Memoji stickers in the practice’s emoji keyboard.