Apple has released iOS 13.5.1 for download for iPhone, along with iPadOS 13.5.1, which comes after iOS 13.5 was released on May 20, 2020. iOS 13.5 included Apple's opt-in Exposure Notification API, along with a faster passcode field when you're wearing a mask for those devices with Face ID. Apple also added an option to disable roaming Group FaceTime tiles, along with bug fixes.
Not showing for me yet. Thanks for the notice. I'll check again later.
It should be there soon. I've updated my iPhone, iPad and TV box without any problems.
No apparent problems.
Two weeks after 13.5, they release 13.5.1.
Looks to me like Apple was really concerned about that hack of iOS, which makes it seem like a prompt installation of 13.5.1 might be a prudent thing to do.
- Tom -
- Tom -
Lately, the release of two (or more) versions in rapid order has become normal. As far as Apple products I only own an iPad and I'm glad to see that Apple is on top of things. Today, Apple released to select individuals iOS 13.5.5 and iPadOS 13.5.5. So more is yet to come.
A timeline for iPad OS follows:
Version Release Date
13.1 September 24, 2019
13.1.1 September 27, 2019
13.1.2 September 30, 2019
13.1.3 October 15, 2019
13.2 October 28, 2019
13.2.2 November 7, 2019
13.2.3 November 18, 2019
13.3 December 10, 2019
13.3.1 January 28, 2020
13.4 March 24, 2020
13.4.1 April 7, 2020
13.5 May 20, 2020
13.5.1 June 1, 2020
I remember the May 20 update was more about unlocking your phone while wearing a mask and speeding up the offer for PIN. They said then there was a further release that will have security updates.
Apple released a bunch... macOS, WatchOS, etc.
We will see how it goes now.
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