Apple released the iOS 13.3.1 final version after a series of betas. If you recently encountered crashes or other problems, this update may have solved this. Both iOS 13.3.1 and iPadOS 13.3.1 are now available. The new update brings bug fixes and a new switch to disable the location tracking of the U1 Ultra Wideband chip.
Apple released iOS 13.3 in December, which included a number of new features. However, there was a bug in the communication limits, making it easy to bypass. Apple promised improvement in a future update, so hopefully, that is now solved with iOS 13.3.1.
What we know for sure is that Apple has added a new switch. In Settings-> Privacy-> Location Services -> System is now a switch for Networks and wireless. You ensure that your location can no longer be used by the new Ultra Wideband chip. What we know for sure is that Apple has added a new switch. In Settings> Privacy> Location Services,> System is now a switch for Networks and wireless. You ensure that your location can no longer be used by the new Ultra Wideband chip.
- To download iOS 13.3.1, On your iPhone, go to Settings-> General-> Software Update. Wait until the update appears.
- Tap Download and install.
- Wait until your device has restarted and the installation is complete.
- You can also perform the update via iTunes or the Finder. Connect your iPhone or iPad with a cable to your Mac or PC and open iTunes or the Finder in macOS Catalina. Click on your connected device and choose Search for the update. The update is then downloaded and then installed on your device.
If you are on the beta of iOS 13.3.1, you may have to delete the beta profile before you can perform the update. Do this by going to Settings-> General-> Profile. You can then download and install the update following the steps above.