A few hours ago, Apple released version 13.6.1 for iOS and iPadOS as well as a supplemental update for macOS 10.16.6. Both updates are focused on fixing some bugs such as storage management on iPhones or an app virtualization error in Catalina.
Bug fixes before iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur
The version 13.6.1 of iOS and iPadOS arrives after a month of the introduction of iOS 13.6. This version fixes a bug that could cause certain system files will not be deleted automatically when the device had little size available. It also fixed a bug in the thermal handling that could cause some iPhones to have a greenish tint on the screen and finally a bug that could cause the Exposure Notification to be disabled.
Regarding the macOS Catalina 10.15.6 supplemental update, the bug fix focuses on fixing a stability bug that could cause some virtualization apps, such as VMware or Parallels will stop responding. It also fixes a bug with the new 27-inch iMac that could display faded screen colors after coming out of sleep.
Let’s note that for this Catalina update we will not see a change in the numbering of the installed version. If we already have 10.15.6 on our Mac we will find the update in System Preferences> Software Update and after installing it we will continue on 10.15.6. If we come from a previous version, when installing this latest version, the improvements will be included directly.
Both iOS 13.6.1 and macOS 10.15.6 will surely be the last versions before the arrival of iOS 14 and macOS 11 Big Sir. Versions that are currently in beta and will bring us important news.
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