Recently, Apple releases the new iOS 13.3.1 update for all supported devices along with iPadOS 13.3.1, tv 13.3.1, macOS Cataline 10.15.3, and watchOS 6.1.2 updates. Also, the HomePod 13.3.1 is available to download.
After testing the iOS 13.3.1 beta update for a month and a half, the company finally rolled out iOS 13.3.1 for that all iOS 13 compatible devices. The iOS 13.3.1 weighs 275MB on iPhone XR and vary from devices.
The iOS 13.3.1 update primarily developed to improve the performance of Screen Time, FaceTime, Mail, and also fix some minor bugs. The update also fixes the issue that lets user’s physical access to an iOS device to access contacts from the phone’s lock screen. It also solves the problem that lets “a remote user” to cause the “local user’s camera self-view to display the incorrect camera”.
As I said above that the update also fixes some issues to improve the performance of the Mail app including the image loading and undo dialogues fix. One more bug fixes related to the push alerts to fail to be delivered with the Wi-Fi contact. One useful toggle added to the Setting app which lets you turn off the U1 chip in the new iPhone 11 models.
Here are the full patch notes iOS 13.3.1 update:
- Fixes an issue in Communication Limits that could allow a contact to be added without entering the Screen Time passcode.
- Adds a setting to control the use of location services by the U1 Ultra Wideband chip.
- Addresses an issue that could cause a momentary delay before editing a Deep Fusion photo taken on iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro.
- Resolves an issue with Mail that could cause remote images to load even when the “Load Remote Images” setting is disabled.
- Fixes an issue that could cause multiple undo dialogs to appear in Mail.
- Addresses an issue where FaceTime could use the rear facing ultra-wide camera instead of the wide camera.– Resolves an issue where push notifications could fail to be delivered over Wi-Fi.
- Addresses a CarPlay issue that could cause distorted sound when making phone calls in certain vehicles.
- Introduces support for Indian English Siri voices for HomePod.
The new iOS 13.3.1 update also included the new icons that depict the design of the new earbuds. If you are HomePod fan living India and wondering about getting the Apple’s smart AI assistant, then you can buy HomePod right now in India at INR 19,900 ($279) the price is lowest in the world. After the US, UK, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Canada, France, and Germany, the device is finally released for Indian users as the company added the support of India English Siri voice with the latest update.