What's new in iOS 13.1.3

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That would include the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

And although iOS 13's growth isn't as good as that of iOS 12, when you compare it to other operating system updates-especially Android-the story is obviously a whole lot different. This announcement comes less than one month after Apple seeded the first version of the software update to the public, which goes to show just how accustomed Apple fans are to staying up to date. Moreover, Apple has also divulged that iPadOS - a fork of iOS tailored for iPad tablets - is now running on 33 percent of all iPad tablets launched so far. 16% have an even older iOS version installed.

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But, the protests have grown into a broader battle over self-rule. The emoji could still be found if users searched for it. A group of protesters plan a "face mask party" tonight.

Apple did take a breather before releasing iOS 13.1.3 but the things it fixes are no less serious. It should come as no surprise that only three weeks after its release, iOS 13 is already running on more than half (55 percent) of iPhones sold in the last four years. With iPadOS 13, Apple's tablets will also get a native Dark mode. The new update brings bug fixes and performance improvements. iOS 13.1.3 is the fourth update Apple has released since September 19's iOS 13 release.

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