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iOS 13 is the thirteenth major release of iOS, being the successor to iOS 12 and the predecceesor to iOS 14. It was announced at WWDC on June 3, 2019, before being released on September 19, 2019.

History

The corresponding operating system for supported iPads was spun off into iPadOS from version 13.1. Support for HomePods was moved to tvOS with version 13.4.[3] In May 2020, Apple released iOS 13.5, which includes faster bypassing of Face ID to the passcode unlock screen if the user is wearing a mask due to COVID-19 safety requirements.[4]

Release history

  • iOS 13.0    : 2019-09-19
  • iOS 13.1    : 2019-09-24 (iPad support moved to iPadOS)
  • iOS 13.1.1 : 2019-09-27
  • iOS 13.1.2 : 2019-09-30
  • iOS 13.1.3 : 2019-10-15
  • iOS 13.2    : 2019-10-28
  • iOS 13.2.1 : 2019-10-30
  • iOS 13.2.2 : 2019-11-07
  • iOS 13.2.3 : 2019-11-18
  • iOS 13.3    : 2019-12-10
  • iOS 13.3.1 : 2020-01-28
  • iOS 13.4    : 2020-03-24 (HomePod support moved to tvOS; CarKey support secretly added)[5]
  • iOS 13.4.1 : 2020-04-07
  • iOS 13.5    : 2020-05-20 (formerly 13.4.5)[6]
  • iOS 13.5.1 : 2020-06-01[1]
  • iOS 13.6    : 2020-06-23 (formerly 13.5.5)[7] (public beta)[2]

Supported devices

* iPads and HomePods are not on this list as support was moved to iPadOS and tvOS, respectively.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 iOS 13.5.1 (17F80), Apple Developer. 2020-06-09.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Still No iOS 14 Public Beta As iOS 13.6 Public Beta 3 Emerges by Anthony Karcz, Forbes. 2020-06-30.
  3. HomePod now runs on tvOS, here’s what that could mean by Filipe Espósito, 9to5Mac. 2020-04-13.
  4. Apple seeds iOS 13.5 GM to developers ahead of public release by Chance Miller. 9to5Mac. 2020-05-18.
  5. WWDC Special Event — June 22 by Apple, YouTube. 2020-06-22.
  6. Apple releases first beta of iOS 13.4.5 and more to developers by Chance Miller. 9to5Mac. 2020-03-31.
  7. Apple Seeds First Beta of iOS and iPadOS 13.5.5 to Developers by Juli Clover. MacRumors. 2020-06-01.

See also

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