It has just been 11 days since Apple discharged iOS 13.2.2, however by and by we're seeing proof of a significantly expanded update rhythm. In its continuing cavalcade of updates, Apple has released iOS 13.2.3 and iPadOS 13.2.3 to address four specific bugs. The practice of stopping previous iOS iterations prevent Apple device owners from being able to go back after unofficial patches or jailbreaking practices.
Apple and Salesforce on Monday announced the launch of two flagship apps from the redesigned Salesforce Mobile App and new Trailhead GO learning app, delivering rich customer experiences with features exclusive to iOS and iPadOS.
The new update now available to download on compatible iPhones, with iPadOS 13.2.3 for compatible iPads. Moving forward, iOS 13.3 is entering its second beta phase. These include the likes of a bug that prevented Mail from getting new messages, as well as a bug that caused photos, links and other attachments to display incorrectly in the Messages detail view.
If you don't automatically see the notification for the update, you can manually install the update. To install the update, go to Settings on your iPhone.
While iOS 13.2.2 fixed a multitasking bug introduced in iOS 13.2, there were concerns it may have also introduced a battery-draining problem. Make sure that your device has sufficient amount of battery and is connected to a Wi-Fi network.
This most recent discharge is for the most part a bug fix update-obviously, that was evident from the form number. It's been reported that Apple is working on other updates as well.