Apple has released iOS 13.7, which introduces a new Exposure Notifications System directly baked into the OS, to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning new system no longer requires a separate app to be downloaded. When you upgrade to iOS 13.7, you’ll see a new section of the Settings menu that includes a toggle to “Turn on Exposure Notifications.”
Apple has released iOS 13.5, which includes improved Face ID recognition of protective masks and support for the Exposure Notification API that it co-created with Google to support public health authorities in their contact-tracing efforts to combat COVID-19.
Apple has released a new beta of iOS 13.5 for developers, bringing improvements to the COVID-19 Exposure Notifications API.
Apple has released a new beta of iOS 13.5 for developers, including the first version of its exposure notification API for COVID-19 contact tracing. which developers inside public health authorities globally will have access to.
Apple has released iOS 13.4 which focuses on bug fixes. Most notably, they address a problem caused by iOS/iPadOS 13.4 wherein users running that version could not join FaceTime calls with users running older versions of iOS or macOS—iOS 9.3.6 or OS X 10.11.6 or earlier, to be specific.
Apple has released iOS 13.2.3, which continues to improve performance and fix bugs in iOS 13. iOS 13.2.3 fixes an issue where system search and search within Mail, Files, and Notes might not work and fixes an issue that could prevent apps from downloading content in the background.