A few weeks ago we were able to receive a new version of iOS on the devices registered in Apple's beta programs, both the one dedicated to developers and the one intended for the general public. Specifically, we had the opportunity to access the first beta compilation of iOS and iPadOS 13.4, the fourth major update of this thirteenth version of the operating system for Apple mobile devices, available on both iPhone and iPad.
Now, just a few hours ago, Apple has launched the second beta compilation of this new update, designed to be tested first on products that are part of the beta software program for registered developers. Users of the public beta software program will still have to wait a bit to try this compilation, although it should not take too long to appear. And of course, in both cases the same changes will be experienced.
Specifically, iOS 13.4 is the first version of the operating system that allows share iCloud Drive folders natively from the Files app. In addition, it also allows developers to sell their Mac and iOS applications together at the same price. Nor can we forget other news such as the return of the iOS 12 toolbar to the Mail app, or the arrival of CarKey, designed to open our car with the iPhone.
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In short, it is a version that brings with it a good list of news, at least to be a minor update. At the moment the release date of iOS 13.4 for all users is unknown, although expected to arrive in the month of March. We may have to wait for the expected spring presentation to know when these changes will reach our devices.