1499/5000 Apple iOS 13.1 falls, solving security issues and iPhone errors

Apple's newest iPhones run iOS 13.
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Apple iOS 13.1 falls, solving security issues and iPhone errors

Apple’s iOS 13.1 arrived a week earlier than planned today (24 September). It occurs after a series of security and error issues that have affected the first version of Apple’s iOS 13 operating system.

Of course, it is normal for newer versions of software to suffer from problems and errors. However, Apple has confirmed to have advanced the launch, after several reported errors and a security problem allowing a potential attacker to bypass the protection of the lock screen, discovered by the researcher José Rodríguez.

The feat is not easy to apply, but it’s a problem for which I had to fix the update iOS 13.1 from Apple.

And that was not the only security issue with iOS 13. Yesterday, I reported that updated OS users might suffer a location-related privacy error.

Although Apple has released several features on iOS 13 that give users greater control over their privacy, Fast Company has released a video showing how some applications in the operating system would not accept a command that allows “Never” to to access the site. Instead, it would automatically become “Ask Next Time”.