Apple releases iOS 13.1 and iPadOS, available now for iPhone and iPad
Apple has officially released iOS 13.1 and iPadOS, available to download now on iPhone and iPad.
The new iOS 13.1 update builds on from the core iOS 13 release last week, adding additional capabilities such as a new Share ETA feature in Apple Maps, tweaks to the volume HUD, new animated icons in the Home app, and Shortcuts Automations. The update also addresses many of the common bugs within the flagship iOS 13 release.
iPadOS is Apple’s first iPad-specific operating system. Announced earlier in the year, iPadOS includes the majority of features found as part of iOS 13, with the addition of new Home screen features, enhanced multitasking, new ways to use Apple Pencil and more.
Apple has given the Files app a range of new capabilities with iPadOS including, the ability to create a new folder right from “Save to Files” Share Sheet interface, external drive support, a new ‘Kind’ sort option and a column View. – You can read more about iPadOS here.
Additionally, Apple has released its tvOS 13 update for Apple TV. tvOS 13 includes a handful of new features, including a redesigned Home screen, multi-user support, personalized Apple Music suggestions, lyrics on-screen that sync with the music playing, and more. The update also launches Apple Arcade, Apple’s pay-monthly gaming subscription service, on Apple TV.
Apple’s new updates are all live now, available to download via the Settings app.