Apple now rolling out iOS 13.1.2, iPadOS 13.1.2, and watchOS 6.0.1 updates


Apple today released its third iOS update in the span of a single week.

iOS 13.1.2 is now rolling out to the iPhone, while iPadOS 13.1.2 is available to the iPad. Like the iOS 13.1.1 update that launched a few days ago, iOS 13.1.2 is focused on fixing bugs. For example, this update fixes a bug where the flashlight may not activate and another bug that could cause Bluetooth to disconnect on some vehicles.


Also rolling out today is watchOS 6.0.1. This is a bug-fixing update, too, squashing issues like one that could cause the calendar complication to not display events.


If you’ve got an iPhone or iPad, you can grab your update by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your device. Apple Watch owners should launch the Watch app on their iPhone and then tap on General > Software Update to grab watchOS 6.0.1.

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  • StoneMan

    I no longer own a iPhone because of the same things always rushing the software when is not ready, but this iOS 13 takes the crown too many updates too soon.

  • StoneMan

    It has actually gotten better been getting Security Updates very fast and on time and in regards to major OS not bad. It all comes down to the vendor but lets not make it a Android vs iOS this is about Apple rushing the software and fully checking it before giving it to its customers.

    • djurlegit

      Yep, hence the reason iOS users praises these “fast” updates. We don’t go out an get fast haircuts or tattoos. Haha

  • djurlegit

    Who needs an update when your phone runs fine. Nothing wrong with the typical monthly security update and new features update every 2 or 3 months, and major update every year. Haha. Yeah, it’s 2 years, but it can do way more than iOS ever can. Haha

    • PM

      Considering the last two LG phones I owned never got a single OS update in three years and a grand total of 8 security updates in that time all I can say is Haha.

      • djurlegit

        Yeah, I once own the LG G7, not gonna lie, they are slow, but many other companies are up to date af. You act like it’s Android.d id I said it’s Android that is slow, generally Android, owned by Google are fast, and Samsungs been faster than ever and there are faster updates out there. If you give a damn about any type of updates, don’t buy LG, but also, don’t knock Android

  • Tim Cook jr

    Look at all the things that can be updated through the play store: browser, keyboard, camera, etc. no need for an os update for small fixes like with Apple.

  • GinaDee

    I appreciate the timely updates. If there is a problem Apple fixes it fast.
    I got tired of getting security updates 3-6 months late on my Galaxy S9.
    The iPhone 11 Pro Max is the best phone I’ve ever used.

  • Erik

    It’s very funny on how ppl obsess over updates. The question is why? They use the phone exactly the same way they were using it before and after the update. Why be all over an update, when the by by user doesn’t change how he/she uses the device and such.

    Am I wrong do think that?