A bug that Apple accepted last Tuesday, which caused full access to third-party keyboard extensions, although not allowed, was fixed by the iOS 13.1.1 update released today. Let’s look at the details of the update and other corrections together.
Apple has introduced iOS 13.1.1 to its users just three days after launching the iOS 13.1 update. The main focus of the update, including battery consumption, Siri’s understanding of problems, restoring, and a few other improvements, has recently become a “problem of full authorization of third-party keyboard extensions ile with a recent error.
Apple confirmed last Tuesday that some third-party keyboard extensions allow access to iPhone and iPad data without the user’s permission. The company did not announce a specific timetable on that day for the correction of the error that occurred on both iOS and iPadOS, and today it has released the 13.1.1 version of both operating systems.
According to the release notes, iOS 13.1.1 corrected a security issue for third-party keyboard applications, resolved unspecified problems that could cause the battery to run out faster, and problems that could prevent an iPhone from being restored. You can also see other revisions and release notes below.
- Fixed issues that could prevent iPhone from being restored.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the battery to run out more quickly.
- Fixed an issue that could affect the recognition of Siri requests on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
- Fixed an issue that caused Safari search suggestions to reactivate after turning off.
- Fixed an issue that could cause reminders to sync slowly.
- Fixed a security issue for third-party keyboard applications.