Apple is now rolling out iOS and iPadOS 13.3 to compatible devices. The OTA update size, at least on our iPhone XR, was around 695MB but the number will vary with the device.
Following the release of iOS 13.2.3 on November 18, Apple has stopped signing iOS 13.2.2, which means downgrading to this version of iOS is no longer possible.
Following the release of iOS 13.2.3 in November, Apple on Monday stopped signing code for iOS 13.2.2 to ensure iPhone and iPad users are running the most up-to-date operating system.
It's time to update your iPhone or iPad, once again.
Apple today has stopped signing iOS 13.2.2. This follows the release of iOS 13.2.3 a few weeks ago, which included more improvements to background app performance, the Mail app, Messages, and more. Now that Apple has stopped signing iOS 13.2.2, it means that no one can downgrade from iOS 13.2.3 to that version via iTunes/Finder.
Today also brings new software for the Apple Watch, Apple TV, and HomePod.
Apple has released iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 for iPhone and iPad, plus watchOS 6.1.1, and tvOS 13.3 to all users, with an assortment of security fixes.
Apple is now on its fourth round of betas for the current cycle of operating system tests, with new developer betas of iOS 13.3, iPadOS 13.3, tvOS 13.3, and watchOS 6.1.1 now available to download.
Apple's suite of operating systems are getting one more round of point and point-point releases before the end of 2020, adding some small features.
Apple today released iOS 13.3, the third major update to the iOS and iPadOS 13 operating systems. The new software updates come two weeks after the release of iOS/iPadOS 13.2.3 and more than a month after the launch of iOS 13.2, which brought new emoji.
Apple today seeded the third betas of upcoming iOS and iPadOS 13.3 updates to developers, one week after seeding second betas and three weeks after the release of iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 with new emoji, Siri privacy controls, Deep Fusion, and more.