Only two days after the update to iOS 13.1.1, Apple is pushing the next batch of bug fixes with version 13.1.2. Among the fixed bugs this time, however, are no critical gaps; the update takes care of annoying bugs.
The errors include, according to Apple lost display calibration data, malfunction of flashlight and camera or a non-vanishing status bar after successful iCloud backup. As usual, all officially named adjustments can be found in the changelog at Apple.
iOS 13.1.2 is already the fourth iteration of the new version since its release on September 19th. The flawed release of iOS 13 made it very likely that Apple preferred the release of iOS 13.1 by six days, only to re-deliver three, and now again two days later, an update.
As with all updates since iOS 13.1, Apple also ships in sync with an update for iPadOS, which now also comes with version 13.1.2.