iOS 13.1: Is it Really Worth Installing?

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With iOS 13 plagued with bugs, Apple had no option but to release iOS 13.1 ahead of time. First it was the gamers having a hard time playing Fortnite and PUBG Mobile then came the confusing AirDrop app. The Apple sign-in was also limited.

iOS 13.1 rollout was purposed to iron out these issues and to some extent, we can say it has done just that. If you face up to 24 bugs within an OS, finding another option sounds like a great idea, doesn’t it?

In that case, iOS 13.1 appears to be the next best option here because the dark mode is even prettier, that is if judging by outward appearing was to be a factor. Unlike its predecessor, it drapes the iOS fully black. Dark mode saves your battery not for hours per se, just minutes but still worth it.

With the upgrade, there are new and much better privacy tools. The ‘always allow’ option has been replaced by ‘ok, just this once’ option.

Once you access an app, permission is canceled after some time lapse to bar any software from tracking your information. What a relief!

There are cool app updates on iOS 13.1 like the karaoke mode on Apple music. However, the coolest upgrade award goes to…Reminders.

While you could only enlist your tasks previously, now you can customize your list with icons, attachments, and your reminders will constantly press on you even when texting a friend. You’ll have no option but to remember.

Other awesome updates that make iOS 13.1 upgrade worthy include; better file management, easy text editing, more customization options on Memoji and well…Apple Arcade is fantastic. All that said, would you consider installing?


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