Apple Warns Of Keyboard Bug Hack

Saturday, 28 Sep, 2019

"This new iPad with iPadOS takes everything people love about our most popular iPad and makes it even better for creating, learning, working and playing". This will allow an iPhone user to point his handset in the direction of another iPhone to put the latter device at the top of his AirDrop list.

According to iPhoneHacks, a bug that gives third-party keyboards access to user information has been discovered on iOS 13.

If you haven't already enabled automatic updates, you can download the software by heading to Settings System Software Updates Update Software.

iOS 13.1 includes bug fixes and improvements, including AirDrop with Ultra Wideband technology on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, suggested automations in the Shortcuts app, and the ability to share ETA in Maps.

We all know that iOS 13.1 is the most talked about iOS right now. A little prep work ahead of time could help you avoid major headaches.

Feeling lucky? You can get the updates now over the air.

If your iPad is running iPadOS 13 or you're thinking about making the move from iOS 12 to iPadOS 13, you'll want to dig into feedback from those who have made the move.

The iPhone 11 lineup features a new U1 chip, which is used for enhanced location tracking and spatial awareness, as well as upgrades the old Airdrop feature. You might find the fix you've been looking for. However, this time, they just haven't kept themselves to fixing bugs but has gone ahead with features which weren't formerly available in iOS 13.

Apple has launched iOS 13.1 - the first official update to its recently-released iOS 13 operating system. Sadly, it also brought along some security flaws related to using third-party keyboards.

It has exclusively been a couple of days since Apple rolled out iOS 13, and some purple flags have already been raised.