iPhone and iPad users, we have good news for you — iOS 13.2.3 just rolled out with new improvements and several features. However, don’t expect some significant changes, but only some minor bug fixes, plus some new functions for Mail, Files, and Notes applications.
iOS 13 brought many new features to the iPhone 11 models
iPhone 11 devices are not the best smartphones in the market. Far from it! In reality, the square-shaped frame for the three primary cameras on iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max was somewhat wrong, as per some Apple fans.
But, the most considerable changes came thanks to iOS 13. The new operating system rolled out with some new features for the new iPhone 11 devices. Also, iOS 13 is available for other iPhone, iPad, and iPod models, as you can see in the following list:
- iPhone 6S and 6S Plus
- iPhone SE
- iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
- iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
- iPhone X
- iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR
- iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
- iPod Touch seventh generation
- iPad Pro 12.9in first and second generation
- iPad Pro 10.5in
- iPad Pro 9.7in
- iPad Pro 11in
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Air 3
- iPad fifth generation
- iPad sixth generation
- iPad seventh generation
- iPad Mini 4
- iPhone 5S (and older)
- iPhone 6/6 Plus
- iPad Mini 2
- iPad Mini 3
- iPad Air (2013)
Among the many new features that iOS 13 brought, there are dark mode, revamped CarPlay, lots of new Memojis and Emojis, new battery optimization functions, and so on.
iOS 13.2 was a significant update
The last Apple’s operating system update, iOS 13.2, came out with some important updates for the supported iPhone, iPad, and iPod models (see above). The upgrade rolled out with support for the Deep Fusion function for the Camera app.
That feature came out along with the support for the latest AirPods release. But, Apple has forgotten some features that it promises to bring with iOS 13. Now, the Cupertino-based company is trying to
What’s new in iOS 13.2.3?
The iOS 13.2.3 update only brought some bug fixes, as I have mentioned above. Accordingly, you should expect some changes to the Mail, Files, and Notes applications.