Apple has now announced the release date of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS that is on September 24. The company has just made iOS 13 available, and now the rollout of the next major update is scheduled for next week. Apple will also release iPadOS on the same day, and it will come with features specific to the tablet series. Going forward, iPadOS will be developed as a separate software arm, similar to watchOS and TVOS software.
iOS 13.1 will come with new features such as the Share ETA feature in Apple Maps, new animated icons in the Home app, data separation for enterprise devices, and shortcut automation. It will also bring common bug fixes on iOS 13. In addition, The Verge reports that iOS 13.1 will have a fix for lockscreen bypass in iOS 13 that allows you to get all contact information.
Apple has also been asked to bring HomeKit related features and AirPod sharing features, but they will not come with iOS 13.1. However, the company has promised to make them available sometime this fall.
Qualified devices for iOS 13.1 are iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE and iPod Touch.