Apple's latest iOS update brings these key fixes for iPhone users

Joanna Estrada
August 14, 2020

As per the official changelog, iPadOS 13.6.1 carries a single noteworthy fix that is related to the issue where unneeded system data files might not be automatically deleted from an iPad when its storage is low.

This is likely to be among the last updates to iOS 13, seeing as how iOS 14 is due to be released this fall - and probably as soon as next month, if we go by Apple's timelines in years past.

Now, the latest update will fix this problem. According to MacRumors and Apple Insider, iOS 13.6.1 will fix the most irritating problems of an Apple owner. Some features however are not available in other regions. It was largely noticed by iPhone 11 users - mostly when using Night Shift or while in a dark room.

Back in June, some iPhone 11 owners started experiencing a worrying problem: their iPhone display developed an unusual green tint.

Apart from iOS 13.6.1, Apple is also pushing iPadOS 13.6.1 for iPad users.

At the time, Apple had not yet released updates on fixing this issue. Additionally, it also fixes a thermal management issue that could lead certain iPhones to show a green tint on their display.

Like the regular updating of Apple devices, the new iOS patch is as easy as you think it is. So if you've got an iPhone or an iPad, launch the Settings app and then tap on "General" followed by "System update" to grab your device's new update. If you haven't receive any notification, you can download the update manually by going into Settings Software Update. So let's better wait first.

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