As expected, there was a ton of BUZZ around Apple’s recent launch of the iPhone 11, and iOS 13. But this year unfortunately, much of the noise out of the gate is negative, relating to numerous software issues. Fortunately Apple has already released 3 initial patches, with a fourth (iOS 13.2) projected to be released at the end of October.

Personally, I’m planning to hold off until Apple gets it right. So in full disclosure, I don’t yet have firsthand experience with iOS 13 or the iPhone 11. But I’ve been following post-launch feedback and wanted to share some details from a number of tech writers that do.

Please keep in mind that operating systems, patches, and subsequent software updates are continually evolving. And for this reason, some or all of the content here including links to other posts will be outdated very quickly (if not already).

Here’s a nice overview of iOS 13’s new features, along with the fixes included in the recent updates:

About iOS 13 Updates

This post was published on October 16 to announce iOS update 13.1.3:

Apple iOS 13.1.3 Release: Should You Upgrade?

This post gives a brief overview of the upcoming iOS 13.2 update:

iOS 13.2 Public Beta 3 Released in Anticipation of Halloween Release

One of the most common problems that many users are complaining about is dropped calls.

Another #!@$*&% dropped call!

This post addresses some of the iOS 13 issues and provides possible solutions and things to try:

Common iOS 13 problems and how to fix them

This post contains may great tips to increase the security of your device:

iOS 13: Security and privacy settings you need to tweak and check

Thinking of upgrading to a new phone, and selling your old one? Then you’ll want to check out this post to delete your personal data:

Want to sell your iPhone? Follow 8 easy steps to delete personal data

Another informative post…

iOS 13.1.2 Problems: 5 Things You Need to Know

Given Apple’s history and reputation, I’m confident that iOS 13 will be improved and “fixed”, and eventually become as stable as previous iOS versions we’ve come to know and love. Until then, I’m sticking with iOS 12.4.1…

What about you?

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