Apple’s iOS 13.2 was released just a week ago, but the next update is already available for download. They just rolled out iOS 13.3 to fix a multitasking issue that was found to aggressively kill apps, instead of leaving them open in the background. The latest iOS also includes the new Communication Limits, allowing parents to control who their children communicate. Apple released its highly-anticipated iOS 13 on September 19th, but has already had to update it five times–today’s release is the sixth. The operating system has been plagued with numerous bugs including battery issues, overheating, dropped calls and killing apps.
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