Apple has again released an update for its iOS operating system for the iPhone and iPad, writes 9to5Mac . With version 13.1.1, the tech giant corrects a number of problems with, among other things, the battery and Siri, the voice assistant from Apple that helps with simple tasks.
For some users, the battery drained faster than usual. Siri would also sometimes misunderstand the user. With the update both problems are solved, as well as a number of other bugs in the software. There was also a problem with restoring a backup.
Updates with bug fixes appear regularly shortly after a new iOS version. Just four days ago, Apple released iOS 13.1, the previous version for the iPhone. The iPad now has its own software under the name iPadOS.