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iOS 13 has gotten better, but there's still a long way to go

[2019.10.08, Tue 20:05] Apple released iOS 13 on September 19th. Since then, there's already been a slew of new updates: iOS 13.1 was released just five days later on September 24th, followed by iOS 13.1.1 on the 27th, and 13.1.2 on the 30th. It's been just over a week since 13.1.2 launched, making this the longest-lasting version of iOS 13 yet. In my original review, I noted that iOS 13 felt buggy and unfinished, with missing features and glitchy software. Apple has used the updates to patch some critical security flaws, like a lock screen exploit that iOS 13 shipped with, as well as key functionality issues with iCloud backups. Despite the numerous updates, there are still issues that haven't gone anywhere for me: a glitch in the Apple Music app where the downloaded song list won't update, for example, a bug that I've seen in every version of iOS 13 so far. So where does that all put you, the iOS 12 customer deciding whether to upgrade? Unfortunately, likely in the same place that the original iOS 13 release did. Things just haven't changed that much since iOS 13.0, although the rapid pace of Apple's updates hopefully indicates that more fixes will be coming soon. iOS 13 will almost surely be better with the next incremental update of bug fixes and patches, and there's ultimately no right answer as to which version of iOS 13 is the one that's right for you.
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