How to update from iOS 13.1 & iPadOS beta to final release

Apple has released iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 final versions to all compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. If you were on a developer beta or public beta, follow this simple guide to switch from iOS 13.1 beta/iPadOS beta to official iOS 13.1/iPadOS 13.1 public release. This can be done without formatting your device, losing any data, reinstalling any apps or even using iTunes.

Apple releases iPadOS 13.1.1 with bug fixes for battery drain, backup restore & other issues

Apple has released iPadOS 13.1.1 with bug fixes and improvements for battery drain, restore from backups, Reminders syncing, Safari search suggestions and a security fix for third-party keyboards. The update is out just 3 days after the first iPadOS 13.1 public release was made available to all users. Apple has also released iOS 13.1.1 with a similar set of fixes.

iOS 13.1 is released with U1 chip based AirDrop, Share ETA, & lots of bug fixes

Apple has released iOS 13.1 as an over-the-air update for all iPhone users. The update includes a number of features that were previously delayed from iOS 13 release, like Shortcuts Automation, Share ETA and optimized battery charging. This update coincides with the release of iPadOS, which ships with a number of new features for iPad users, as well as tvOS 13.

Apple releases iPadOS 13.1 with multitasking improvements, desktop-class Safari browser & more

Apple has released iPadOS for all users. This new software update for iPad marks a major milestone in Apple’s operating system strategy. With features like an enhanced home screen, multitasking improvements, app windows, desktop-class browsing in Safari, a productive Files app, Pencil improvements, text editing improvements and more, iPadOS shows Apple’s seriousness in making it a viable alternative to macOS for productivity.