Apple Seeds First Betas of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 to Developers
Apple today seeded the first betas of upcoming iOS and iPadOS 13.4 updates to developers, one week after the release of iOS 13.3.1 with new toggle for turning off the U1 chip.
iOS and iPadOS 13.4 can be downloaded from the Apple Developer center or over the air once the proper developer profile has been installed. On the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, the beta must be installed using the configuration profile.
There's no word on what's included in the iOS 13.4 update, but as a major 13.x update, it could include minor design changes and feature tweaks along with bug fixes for issues not able to be addressed in iOS 13.3.1.
iOS 13.4 includes iCloud Folder Sharing, new Memoji stickers, an updated Mail toolbar, and more. For a rundown of everything that's new in iOS 13.4, make sure to check out our dedicated article listing the updated features.
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Top Rated Comments
Anyone can say what they will. iOS 13 , while feature rich, was a complete mess. From the bizarre staggered rollout, to still missing features across devices (messages in the cloud on the Apple watch STILL MISSING) to all the silly bugs all over the place.
Every other year this happens.....iOS 14 will no doubt be a stability release. What Im hoping is that KEEP IT THAT WAY and slowly add features like they do iteratively on the iPhone.
one big issue is mail claims an email arrived but when you open mail you have to refresh the mail feed for it to be downloaded from the server.
I seem to get this even with gmail app lately