In the later hours of Wednesday, Apple released the second developer beta of iOS 13.4, an update on the first iOS 13.4 which was reported here just over a week ago. These new updates can be installed from the Apple Developer Center or over the air once you have installed a developer profile.
This update comes with a much needed new toolbar in the Mail app, making sure that the delete and reply buttons are farther apart to prevent incidents of mistakenly deleting key emails. Another much-heralded feature that the new iOS 13.4 brings with it is the carKey API. This feature is set to allow Apple Watch and iPhone owners lock, unlock and even start their vehicles just with their device.
A number of other features that the new update supports are the presence of new Memojis, more keyboard shortcuts for the iPad, iCloud Folder Sharing and a handful of other exciting new features.
Apple will allow the iOS 13.4 enjoy compatibility with devices as far back as the iPhone 6S and iPhone SE, while for iPads the following models will be able to enjoy this new update:
- iPod touch 7th generation
- iPad mini 4
- iPad Air 2
- iPad 6th generation
- iPad 5th generation
- iPad mini 5th generation
- iPad Air 3rd generation
- 5-inch iPad Pro
- 9-inch iPad Pro 3rd generation
- 9-inch iPad Pro 2nd generation
- 9-inch iPad Pro 1st generation
- 7-inch iPad Pro
The watch OS 6.1.3 was also released, which came with important bug fixes to earlier versions of the watchOS. With Apple giving its users more reasons to smile, we wait to see what else Apple has in store for its users both in terms of software updates and new device unveiling.