Another day, another iOS update: Apple rolls out the SECOND update in a week that fixes an app-killing bug
- Apple has rolled out the new iOS 13.2 for iPhone users to download
- Update is said to solve the problem of the apps that kill the operating system
- Would close apps instead of running them in the background
- The new iOS 13.3 also includes a new feature called communication limits
Apple & # 39; s iOS 13.2 was only released a week ago, but the following update is already available for download.
The tech giant has rolled out iOS 13.3 to resolve a multitasking issue that was found to be apps & # 39; aggressive & # 39; to kill, instead of leaving them open in the background.
The latest iOS also includes the new communication limits, allowing parents to determine who their children are communicating with.
Apple released its long-awaited iOS 13 on September 19, but has had to update it five times – today's release is the sixth.
The operating system has been plagued by countless bugs, including battery issues, overheating, broken calls and deadly apps.
And many users have said that the iOS 13 & # 39; rushed & # 39; and it & # 39; a disaster & # 39; calls.
However, the previous updates seem to have solved many problems with the operating system, allowing the iOS 13.3 to solve the multitasking problem.
The problem turned out to be that apps, especially YouTube and Safari, reload more often than usual.
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Apple has rolled out iOS 13.3 to resolve a multitasking issue that was found to be & # 39; aggressive & # 39; killed apps, rather than leaving them open in the background – which drives some & # 39; crazy & # 39;
The software closed & # 39; aggressively & # 39; apps and tasks in the background, according to MacRumors.
One MacRumors forum member shared his experience with the app killing bug:
& # 39; I was watching a video on YouTube on my iPhone 11 Pro & # 39 ;, Rogifan explained.
& # 39; I pause the video to respond to a text message. I was in iMessage for less than a minute. & # 39;
& # 39; When I returned to YouTube, the app was reloaded and I lost the video I watched. & # 39;
& # 39; I also noticed this a lot on my iPad Pro. Apps and Safari tabs are reloaded much more often than in iOS 12. Very annoying. & # 39;
The software stopped & # 39; aggressively & # 39; background apps and tasks and some users say that the new update seems to have solved the problem
Apple & # 39; s iOS 13.2 was released less than a week ago, but the next upgrade is already available for download
However, another user, who has already downloaded the new iOS, shared a more positive experience.
& # 39; It was only installed for a few minutes, so there is enough time for horrors to reveal itself, but I have not had any Safari tab refreshes so far, the users of the MacRumor & # 39; s forum.
& # 39; With the amount of app switching that I just did, that simply would not have been the case at 13.2. & # 39;
Apple owners have also shared their frustrations and stories with the operating system on Twitter.
The problem turned out to be that apps, especially YouTube and Safari, reload more often than usual. But users have shared on Twitter that the new iOS seems to be solving the problem
In addition to adding a bugfix, iOS adds 13.3 communication limits – a feature that Apple had promised during the unveiling of iOS 13. This gives parents more control over who their children contact and how long they keep an iPhone or iPad
A user was very enthusiastic about iOS 13.3 because the bugs killed his apps, while another Twitter user said the new update & # 39; a lot better & # 39; seems to be.
In addition to adding a bug fix, iOS 13.3 adds Communication Limits – a feature that Apple had promised during the unveiling of the iOS 13.
This gives parents more control over who their children will contact and how long they can use an iPhone or iPad.
Parents can choose specific contacts with which their children can communicate or choose for everyone in the contact list.
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