Just days after the release of the Golden Master version of the iOS 13.4, Apple has gone a step further to release the iOS 13.4 to the public. This operating system comes after about a month of beta testing.
Apple also released the iPadOS 13.4, MacOS 10.15.4, TVOS 13.4 and WatchOS 6.2. The iOS 13.4 will bring the long-awaited iCloud Folder Sharing feature in this new update, letting users access iCloud Drive from their phone’s files app.
For iPad owners, the new iPadOS 13.4 brings with it mouse and trackpad support which allows you treat your iPad like a laptop, while also including multi-touch gestures for easy navigation. The new updates also make sure that you do not accidentally delete mails with a new button layout.
The WatchOS 6.2 update now lets users make in-app purchases and also introduces ECG support and heart rhythm alerts in Chile, Turkey and New Zealand.
As at the time of this article, there is still no clear confirmation whether we would be seeing the much talked about CarKey API or not. We would however be thrilled to see this feature in the new updates.
You can simply install the new iOS on your phone by navigating to Settings> General> Software Update, then click on Download and Install just at the bottom of the screen. You could also make the update through iTunes by connecting your device to a PC.
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