Less than two months after the release of iOS 8.1.2, Apple just made available to the general public iOS 8.1.3 for all compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. As a reminder, the beta version was already available for employees of Apple Store for several weeks (read: Apple: the beta of iOS offered to employees of Apple Stores?).
The iOS 8.1.3 firmware only provides fixes. We will have to wait for the release of iOS 8.2 to see real new things appear. In its changelog, Apple announces:
- reducing the storage space required to update software
- Fixed an issue preventing some users from entering their Apple ID password for Messages and FaceTime
- Fixed an issue where apps found in Spotlight would stop showing up
- Fixed an issue preventing multitasking gestures from working on the iPad
- the addition of new configuration options for standardized school exams
IOS 8.1.3 update can be downloaded directly from the native app Settings> General> Software update. It is also possible to recover it from iTunes. If you want to keep your jailbreak, it is obviously mandatory to stay in iOS 8.1.2 for the moment.