Apple released the third beta version of iOS 13.4 for developers, and it looks like the company is testing an important feature for not just iPhones, but also other products such as iPads, iPods, Apple Watches, and HomePods.
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One week after releasing the second developer beta of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4, Apple is now releasing the third beta build of its smartphone and tablet operating systems to developers. These versions of iOS and iPadOS can now be installed on iPhones and iPads if they have proper beta profiles on them.
Apple Releases iOS 13.4 Beta 2 and iPadOS 13.4 Beta 2 to Developers [Update: Public Beta 2 Released]
One week after releasing the first public beta versions of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4, the company has now released the second beta builds of its smartphone and tablet operating systems to registered developers.
In the first beta of iOS 13.4, references to a new CarKey feature was discovered that would allow owners of vehicles with NFC to lock/unlock and start their car using their iPhone. In the second beta of iOS 13.4, more details about the feature have been revealed.
Apple recently released the second beta of iOS 13.4 for developers and advanced users. The first beta of the OS brought plenty of new features and improvements to the table. Let’s now have a look at what all new features and changes iOS 13.4 beta 2 brings to the table.
The Unc0ver team has released the world’s first iOS 13 – iOS 13.3 jailbreak for A12-A13 Bionic devices. While Checkra1n was the first iOS 13 jailbreak tool for the public, it only supports jailbreaking iPhone X and older devices. If you own an iPhone XS, iPhone XR or iPhone 11/Pro running iOS 13 – iOS 13.3 and want to jailbreak it, follow this guide.
If you own an iPhone 11/Pro or the iPhone XS/XR and want to jailbreak it, you should consider downgrading it to iOS 13.3. This is because the team behind Unc0ver jailbreak is working on an iOS 13.3 jailbreak for A12/A13 Bionic devices. With Apple still signing iOS 13.3, there could not be a better time to downgrade from iOS 13.3.1 to iOS 13.3
Apple has released the first public beta of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 today. It brings a few changes to the UI in some apps, new Memoji stickers, iCloud folder sharing, and more.
Late last month, Apple released the iOS 13.3.1 update with some minor bug fixes. However, the update also seems to have caused battery life issues for many iPhone users out there. So, what’s the truth? Does iOS 13.3.1 really affect the battery life of iPhones negatively?
Apple recently released the first developer beta of iOS 13.4. The latest beta release of iOS 13 comes with a number of changes and enhancements including new Memoji stickers, iCloud Drive Folder sharing, new toolbar in the Mail app, and more. What about performance though?