Earlier this week, Apple released the iOS 13.4 update for all compatible iPhones and iPads. This was a pretty major point release from Apple that added plenty of new features, enhanced the existing ones, and fixed plenty of bugs as well. However, the change-log did not mention if iOS 13.4 brought any improvements to the battery life or whether it fixed the terrible battery drain bug introduced in iOS 13.3.1.
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Recently Code found in an internal build of iOS 14 points to Apple working with BMW for a new ‘CarKey’ feature in the iOS. When the first iOS 13.4 beta was released, it was discovered that Apple was working on allowing one to use their iPhone as a car key. Now a new set of screenshots showing CarKey features have surfaced on Twitter.
Apple yesterday released the iOS 13.4 update for all compatible iPhones and iPads. This was a major point release from Apple that introduced a number of new features and enhanced existing ones as well. What about performance though? Does iOS 13.4 bring anything to the table in terms of performance improvement?
iOS 13.3.1 might have been a minor bug fixing update but it led to a lot of iPhone users complaining about poor battery life and high battery drain. With the iOS 13.4 update now out, has things changed? Does the latest major point release of iOS 13 from Apple bring any improvements in terms of battery life?
Apple today released iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 to the public. The latest point release of the OS comes with a number of major new features, enhances existing ones, and also fixes a number of bugs while at it. Here’s everything that’s new in iOS 13.4 that you need to know about.
Apple today released iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 for all compatible iPhones and iPads. The latest point release of iOS 13 is probably the last major release of the OS as Apple will now start focus on iOS 14 full-fledged ahead of its announcement in June at WWDC 2020.
Apple has released the Gold Master builds of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 operating systems for compatible iPhones and iPads. These updates can now be downloaded and installed on iPhones and iPads that are registered with Apple’s Developer Beta program.
Apple has just announced the 2020 iPad Pro lineup alongside the Magic Keyboard and full trackpad support in iPadOS 13.4. In the press notes, the company confirms that iPadOS 13.4 will be released on March 24.