Apple has now clarified that it will bring out iOS 13.1 and iPadOS on September 24, earlier than the previously scheduled date.
The company has just made iOS 13 readies for installing, and now the availability of the next big update is scheduled for next week. Apple will also make the iPadOS available on the same day, and it will come with specs particular to the tablet series. In the future, iPadOS will be developed as a separate software entity, like its watchOS and tvOS software counterparts.
iOS 13.1 comes with a host of new features like a share ETA feature in Apple Maps, new animated icons in the Home app, data separation for enterprise devices, and Shortcut automation.
It will also ensure the general bug solution to iOS 13. Additionally, The Verge reported that iOS 13.1 also will have a solution for a lock screen bypass exploit in iOS 13 that enabled you to access all contact information.
The iOS 13 update is now ready for installation for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE and the iPod touch (7th generation), iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X. The new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max will be available in the markets in the coming days with iOS 13 preinstalled.
Apple is also on course to bring HomeKit oriented features and AirPod sharing features, but they will not come with iOS 13.1. However, the company has assured us to make them available very soon before November.
As mentioned, the tech giant will also make the iPadOS ready for installation for the first time on September 24, earlier than its previously scheduled September 30 rollout. iPadOS has been specifically for the iPad and brings a new home screen, various multitasking gestures, an updated Files app, and a much-enhanced text editing experience.
It also comes with desktop-class browsing with Safari, along with a dark mode, custom fonts, a flexible keyboard with the facility for swipe-based typing, and much more.