It looks like iOS 13.6 could be available in a few weeks with a game-changing iPhone feature that will be pretty popular among Apple users. But there’s something you should consider before using it.
It’s only been a few weeks since iOS 13.5 dropped with the ability to quickly unlock your phone while wearing a mask. But it looks like the next iteration of Apple’s operating system, iOS 13.6, could be available in a few weeks with a game-changing feature that will be pretty popular among Apple users.
The second developer beta of iOS 13.6 (formerly iOS 13.5.5) includes new toggles that allow you to customize Automatic Updates. Currently any new software will download in the background and can be installed by the Automatic Updates feature.
But in iOS 13.6, there will soon be the option to “Customize Automatic Updates” in your Settings under General > Software Updates. As images on MacRumors show, you can then decide whether to toggle on “Download iOS Updates” to automatically download updates over Wi-Fi. Another toggle lets you turn on or off the ability to “Install iOS Updates”—which would automatically install software updates overnight after they have been downloaded.