Apple iOS Update Fixes “Green Tint” Issue
Release New Updates For iOS, iPadOS And macOS
Keeping your software up to date is one of the most important things you can do to maintain your Apple product’s security. iPhone users were experienced with Green Tint issue. Now it has been fixed by Apple.
Apple released software updates for their devices including iOS for iPhones and iPods, iPadOS for iPads, and macOS for Macs. The new updates mainly focus on bug fixes to the software rather than bringing any new features.
Both the iOS 13.6.1 and iPadOS 13.6.1 updates also resolve a problem that could cause unneeded system data files to not be automatically deleted when storage is low.
The updates are labeled iOS 13.6.1, iPadOS 13.6.1, and macOS 10.15.6 Supplemental Update. The latest iOS update fixes a “green tint” issue that was noticed by iPhone 11 users.
iOS 13.6.1 updates
iOS 13.6.1 includes bug fixes for your iphone.
- Addresses an issue where unneeded system data files might not be automatically deleted when available storage is low.
- Fixes a thermal management issue that caused some displays to exhibit a green tint.
- Fixes an issue where Exposure Notifications could be disabled for some users.
iPadOS 13.6.1 updates
iPadOS 13.6.1 addresses an issue where unneeded system data files might not be automatically deleted when available storage is low and includes other bug fixes for your iPad.
macOS 10.15.6 Updates
macOS Catalina 10.15.6 supplemental update includes bug fixes for your Mac.
Fixes a stability issue that could occur when running virtualisation apps.
Resolves an issue where an iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2020) may appear washed out after waking from sleep.
Changelog iOS 13.6.1
This update also includes bug fixes and other improvements.
- Adds a new setting to choose if updates automatically download to your device when on Wi-Fi.
- Addresses an issue that could cause apps to become unresponsive when syncing data from iCloud Drive.
- Fixes an issue that could cause data roaming to appear to be disabled on eSIM even though it remained active.
- Fixes an issue thats causes some phone calls from Saskatchewan to appear as originating from the United States.
- Addresses an issue that could interrupt audio when making phone calls over Wi-Fi Calling.
- Fixes an issues that prevented some iPhone 6S and iPhone SE devices from registering for Wi-Fi Calling.
- Resolves an issue that could cause the software keyboard to appear unexpectedly when connected to certain third-party hardware keyboards.
- Fixes an issue that could cause Japanese hardware keyboards to be incorrectly mapped as a U.S. keyboard.
- Addresses stability issues when accessing Control Center when Assistive Touch was enabled.
- Provides a mechanism for administrators to specify domains to exclude from traffic carried by always-on VPN connections.
How to update iOS
Update your device wirelessly
If a message says that an update is available, tap Install Now.
You can also follow these steps:
- Plug your device into power and connect to the Internet with Wi-Fi.
- Go to Settings > General, then tap Software Update.
- Tap Download and Install.
- If a message asks to temporarily remove apps because the software needs more space for the update, tap Continue or Cancel. Later, iOS or iPadOS will reinstall apps that it removed.
- If you tap Cancel, learn what to do next.
- To update now, tap Install.
- Or you can tap Later and choose Install Tonight or Remind Me Later.
- If you tap Install Tonight, just plug your device into power before you go to sleep.
- Your device will update automatically overnight.
- If asked, enter your passcode. If you don’t know your passcode.
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