Apple has begun releasing beta versions of watchOS 6.1.1, tvOS 13.3, iPadOS 13.3 and iOS 13.3, which developers can use for app testing purposes. Today the company is releasing iOS 13.2.2 for iPhone and iPadOS 13.2.2 for iPad. That said, it is likely that further improvement will arrive with subsequent iOS 13.3 betas.
According to Apple's detailed description, iOS 13.2.2 also resolves other issues, and not just the one where background apps were getting killed. While some people had experienced some multitasking oddities with all iOS 13.x releases, iOS 13.2 truly brought the problem to the masses.
In context: Ever since its launch on September 19, it seems like iOS 13 has had one problem after another. And while we don't know what iOS 14 will look like, YouTube channel The Hacker 34 has created a video concept that shows off a slew of possible exciting new features. After this, you will have to confirm the installation a couple of times. It is also available through some Smart TVs and other set-top boxes such as those from Amazon, Samsung, and Roku.
This marks the seventh iOS software program replace because of the truth the discharge of iOS 13 lower than 50 days in the past. The other highlight of this update was the introduction of Apple's much-awaited deep-fusion photography mode for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max users. Equities analysts expect that Apple will post 13.23 EPS for the current fiscal year. In the process, that meant the possibility of losing progress in that app - such as entering data into a form, or breaking an SSH connection - when you switched back. This gives parents the ability to control who their children are contacting both during downtime and during Screen Time.
There was also support for the new AirPods Pro, the option to opt of the Siri grading process, and a plethora of new emoji characters. The feature missed the iOS 13 public release, and is now expected to be available with iOS 13.3.