Apple has rolled out another version of iOS 13 -- 13.2.3, which continues to fix problems and other bugs people have faced with the initial release of iOS 13. The update measures 93.2MB in size and fixes issues with apps such as Mail, Files and Notes and also fixes bugs related to attachments in Messages app.
The new iOS 13.2.3 also brings a fix for the Spotlight system search feature. According to Apple, Search will now work consistently at the system level and in the Mail, Files, and Notes apps.
If you are not notified of the update, you can manually check for the new update by heading over to Settings app > General > Software update.
Apple is fixing these issues in particular with iOS 13.2.3
With the iOS 13.2.3, Apple is working to fix the buggy iOS 13 release. The company is also testing iOS 13.3 beta, which is expected to bring additions including support for FIDO2-compliant security keys that use USB, Lightning, or NFC.
Apple is also working to begin mass production of the rumoured iPhone SE 2 in January 2020 as the phone is expected to hit the shelves by March end. Popular Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has claimed that the iPhone SE 2 will come with an iPhone 8 inspired design and hardware internals of the iPhone 11. The iPhone SE 2 is expected to boost sales and will prove to be a ‘key growth driver’ for Apple in 2020. The iPhone SE 2 is likely to be powered by an Apple A13 chipset and will have 3GB LPDDR4X RAM, said Kuo.