The full list of updates is below:

It follows, obviously, iOS 13.1.1 and 13.1.2 and shows Apple is at least atoning for the state that iOS 13’s original release was in.

But it points to a slip in quality control from Apple when a release so major has so many bugs. Has there been enough internal testing? With widespread complaints about macOS Catalina this week too, we wonder if Apple’s relentlessly consistent software update cycle might be to the detriment of its in-house quality assurance.

An iPhone is only as good as its software, and it appears Apple is working overtime to fix the situation.