Earlier this week, Apple warned customers that third-party keyboards on iOS 13 could get "full access" and transfer data over the Internet even without user permission, and the company has already released an update to fix it. iOS 13.1.1 is now being rolled out, and along with fixing up the third-party keyboard problem, it includes a solution for customers who may have experienced faster battery drain after upgrading to iOS 13.
The release of 13.1.1 also "fixes issues that can prevent the iPhone from recovering from a backup," improves Siri recognition on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, and fixes an error that slows down could have triggered synchronization in Reminders.
iOS 13.1.1 is Apple's latest attempt to tackle the buggy of the most recent major software version. But other problems remain. The worst problem that I and others are facing The edge have experienced that an iPhone on iOS 13 can sometimes drop data, but can still display full bars as if everything is fine. This usually happens after I get out of the subway here in New York. It is not sufficient to switch the aircraft mode or mobile data; only by switching the phone off and on again, things will be carried out normally again.