Apple is on a roll as of late when it comes to releasing iOS software updates, as the Cupertino-based corporation has already seeded iOS 6.1.3 beta 2 to developers for testing. iOS 6.1 was released just three weeks ago, which prompted the release of the evasi0n untethered jailbreak. Subsequently, iOS 6.1.1 was released exclusively for the iPhone 4S as a fix for 3G issues. Most recently, iOS 6.1.2 was outed to resolve Microsoft Exchange calendar issues.
The first beta of this software was actually labeled as iOS 6.1.1, released earlier this month, but Apple has changed the version to keep with numerical order. iOS 6.1.3 will include enhancements to the Maps application for Japan, along with a fix for a lock screen security issue that allows users to bypass an iPhone’s passcode. The update may also fix the iOS 6 untethered jailbreak, although that remains to be seen. Developers can grab the update from the Dev Center.