iOS 13.6.1 was released recently, and it fixed a prominent, long-lasting iPhone issue.
Some are eager to get the new update, but others wonder if it’s worth switching up from iOS 13.6.
iOS 13.6.1 was released for all iOS 13-compatible devices.
Therefore, the iPhone 6S and the later 7th gen iPod touch can also update the operating system to version 13.6.1.
Getting The Update
If you haven’t been prompted with the upgrade notification, you can manually check by navigating to Settings -> General -> Software Update.
Beta testers who are running iOS 14 have to unenroll their device. Otherwise, the 13.6.1 prompt won’t be displayed.
iPad owners will be happy to hear that Apple has switched them to iPadOS.
Complaints about iOS 13.6.1 are not an often sight, though a small number of users reported charging issues.
Affected devices will either refuse to charge, charge very slowly, or need multiple connection attempts before they begin to charge.
Currently, that only affects wired charging, and a small number of users experienced it.
A bunch of users also reported Bluetooth and Wifi issues, but that also happened rarely.
The good thing about iOS 13.6.1 is that the Checkra1n jailbreak still works on it for iPhone X and older devices.
However, Apple’s newest update will break the jailbreak of more modern devices.
You might be wondering if it’s worth it to update your device.
Usually, with each new update, it’s recommended to wait for a week to see if users experience any issues.
iOS 13.6.1 received very favorable initial reviews, so it looks like it’s a safe move to update your device.
iOS has progressed a lot in comparison to iOS 13’s disastrous beginning.