This is the one with Apple Fitness+.
This is the one with the intercom feature for HomePods, but make sure to go through the on-boarding process in the Home app first, since it doesn’t seem to want to work otherwise.
This is a small bug-fix update but well worth it, considering how buggy 14.0 is. I’m currently on the 14.2 beta and even that one is far from perfect.
Don’t forget to backup your device first and please be warned — iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are still chock full of small bugs. You might have some software issues with your apps too, if they haven’t been updated yet.
iOS 13.7 (Build 17H35) for…
This release fixes a few bugs, which includes a “thermal management issue that caused some displays to exhibit a green tint.”
Please remember to get a full encrypted backup via iTunes or Finder of your iPhone or iPad if you’re planning on getting on the iOS 14 beta train. This is just in case you need to go back and want to minimise data loss.
This is a security update, so you might want to get it installed as soon as possible.
This is the “pandemic” update but there a number of security patches too, so make sure to get this as soon as possible.
I forgot to post these earlier, so here they are… Continue reading →
This build supposedly fixes the bug where iOS/iPadOS constantly kills background apps. I have not found this to be a sufficient fix — it’s better, but not ideal.
This version is still buggy as hell, but most things are a lot better now. Also, it adds AirPods Pro support.
iOS 13.1.3 (Build 17A878) for…
While it might be a minor security and bugfix update, it’s worth installing this ASAP.
iOS 13.1 seems to be pretty stable for me, both on iPhone and iPad, with a few small glitches here and there. Ultimately, this is the first iOS 13.x update you should install! And make sure to check out all the new Shortcuts automation features.
iOS 13.0 is very buggy for some people. If you’re not in a rush, wait until tomorrow for iOS 13.1 to come out of beta.
Lot’s of safety/security/privacy stuff in these so make sure to install them as soon as possible.
These updates fix a lot of very important security bugs. Install ASAP.
A new build of iOS was released over the weekend, addressing an iMessage bug, amongst others.
This version has the fix for the Group FaceTime bug. Go get it ASAP.
The latest and greatest iOS and MacOS updates are out. If you need the IPSW files for the former, you’ll find them below.
You can find the latest iOS bug fix update download links after the break.
iOS 11.4.1 is a mainly a security update, which means you should install it as soon as possible.
All the cool kids are probably hungry for the new iOS 11.3 beta, but if you need the IPSW for a stable release, feel free to go crazy below.
iOS 11.1 and watchOS 4.1 is out now and focuses on bug fixes, improvements… and a lot of new emoji. The former also addresses a Reachability bug, brings back the 3D Touch App Switcher gesture on the edge of the screen, and sorts out the KRACK vunerability, while the latter adds Apple Music streaming and a Wi-Fi toggle switch to the Series 3 LTE Apple Watch, as well as GymKit for all other models.
Better late than never — I forgot to post these a few days ago…
If you have an iPhone 8 and use it to make phone calls, you’ll want this update as soon as possible.
This update is once again important for security reasons — please update as soon as possible.