iOS and iPadOS 13.1.1 is publicly released today to fix the security issues concerning in the iOS 13.1 update. There are separate, minor changes and features in these updates, which comes with its own release notes. Let’s take a closer look at the release notes.

For all of the iOS devices, Apple has patched various bugs in iCloud backup, battery issues, Siri recognition failures in iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, Safari search suggestions, Reminders app performance and full access in third-party keyboards. The release notes from Apple states,

Fixes issues that could prevent iPhone restoring from backup

Addresses an issue that could cause the battery to drain more quickly

Fixes an issue that could impact recognition of Siri requests on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max

Resolves a problem where Safari search suggestions may re-enable after turning them off

Addresses an issue that could cause Reminders to sync slowly

Fixes a security issue for third-party keyboard apps

In response to the iOS 13.1 keyboard security issue two days ago, Apple has released this update as stated in their support document. They addressed these bugs based on feedback from users and iOS 13 beta testers. The update will be followed by iOS 13.2 at the end of 2019, which the rumoured update was found evident in the analytics.

Apple has separate release notes for iPadOS 13.1.1 but with the same reasons mentioned above. The release notes state that,

Fixes issues that could prevent iPad restoring from backup

Addresses an issue that could cause the battery to drain more quickly

Resolves a problem where Safari search suggestions may re-enable after turning them off

Addresses an issue that could cause Reminders to sync slowly

Fixes a security issue for third-party keyboard apps

Apple releases iOS updates when a security bug is discovered within the software and when major software issues arise. The company also addresses these issues with support documents and statements, promising to fix the issue in the next iOS update. Not all of these bugs happen to every user’s iOS device but having these security bugs patched as soon as possible prevents it from getting further into the iOS software and then harming Apple servers.