Tomorrow will be two months since Apple released iOS 13, and the OS has had its fair share of issues, something that's evident simply by the unprecedented amount of updates the company has had to issue with fixes. Today, the Cupertino firm released another one for iOS and iPadOS, bringing the version number to 13.2.3.
As you'd expect, there aren't any new front-facing features, only fixes. In fact, there aren't any public security fixes either. This is all about fixing broken functionality in iOS 13. Here's the changelog:
- Fixes an issue where system search and search within Mail, Files, and Notes might not work
- Addresses an issue where photos, links, and other attachments might not display in the Messages details view
- Fixes an issue that could prevent apps from downloading content in the background
- Resolves issues that may prevent Mail from fetching new messages, and fail to include and quote original message content in Exchange accounts
This is the first new iOS update that we've seen in 11 days, which is a somewhat long period of time considering how rapidly Apple is firing out new updates. The company also started testing out iOS 13.3 with beta testers two weeks ago, so it's possible that that could be the next release for iPhone and iPad users.