We have seen that Apple is the best company out there in terms of quality control and software updates. While Google is trying its best to force OEMs to send fast and regular updates, most of them are still lagging behind even compared to Google’s Pixel devices.
However, Apple sends out updates to all of its devices at once which means all of their devices get updated at the same time. But the problem with this method is that if there is any problem in the update then all the devices get affected. And the worst-case scenario for Apple just turned out to be true in the case of its iOS and iPadOS updates.
First of all, if you are unaware of recent software news then Apple has divided its iOS updates into iOS for iPhones and iPadOS which remains exclusive to the iPad lineup. Therefore, two sets of updates were released by Apple as part of its iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 updates.
But soon after updating, people started complaining about bugs on both the versions and Apple has reacted quickly as well. The company has released updates to iOS and iPadOS for fixing bugs.
The latest update to iOS and iPadOS comes with version 13.1.2 while versions 13.1 and 13.1.1 were already sent out previously. This also shows that three updates to iOS and iPadOS have already been released. However, the major versions only count in Apple’s software update cycle which means that the first major update to iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 will be deemed as the first update.
In any case, you should update your Apple devices to the latest versions so that all the bugs get fixed. If you want to read about the bugs that have been fixed once you download these updates on your device, get all the information from here.