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Apple has released the iOS 13 update for iPhones but you might want to skip it

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You might have heard a million times about the new iPhones from Apple already. Well, the company announced its latest iPhone 11 series globally which will be available in the US stores from today, September 20. However, Apple released something else with the iPhones as well which was the latest update to iOS. You should note that the latest version of iOS, iOS 13, is now available for download. Therefore, if you have an iPhone starting from the iPhone 6s to the latest ones then you can download the iOS 13 update today.

However, there is one thing that we would like to remind you. It is that the latest iOS 13 update is the first time that you might want to skip an update from Apple. Yes, we are recommending you do not update your iPhones and the reason is very simple. We have seen multiple reviews and the people who have tried iOS 13 early have told that there are a lot of bugs in iOS 13’s stable release as well. This might mean that your phone might get broken or act weirdly.

But we are also not telling you to stay on iOS 12 as well. Because it is learnt that Apple is already working on iOS 13.1 and the company has announced that its update will be released on September 24 worldwide. This means that iOS 13 will be obsolete in just four days of being released.

However, it is always better to have a stable update rather than not having an update at all. A renowned iOS developer even went on to say that “iOS 13 has felt like a super-messy release, something we haven’t seen this bad since iOS 8 or so,” which obviously means that this is the worst update Apple has ever released in the past few years and it is better to wait for iOS 13.1

Mike loves sharing his ideas on technology, smartphones, and gadgets on Ontechedge. With a diploma in Computer Science, Mike is passionate about apps, programming, and does a lot of freelance testing for iOS developers. He also works with FMS marketing for their tech clients. You can connect with him at [email protected]

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