After three rounds of beta testing, Apple finally released iOS 13.3.1 today, Jan. 28. It’s the latest update to iOS 13, coming exactly seven weeks after the release of iOS 13.3. So, what’s new?

Apple dropped iOS 13.3.1 at 1 p.m. EST (10 a.m. PST) five days after it seeded beta 3 to developers. In hindsight, that last beta update was a good signal that a public release was coming, as the update included virtually no new surface-level features or changes.

In general, iOS 13.3.1 is a stability patch. Through beta testing, we knew that 13.3.1 included a fix for a Communication Limits bug, where… more


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