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 usually releases one new developer beta build of its operating systems every week, and this week, it’s time to release the third developer beta build of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4. The first beta versions brought changes to the bottom bar in the Mail app, the new CarKey API, new Memoji stickers, iCloud folder sharing, video streaming and download quality options in the Apple TV app, and keyboard shortcuts in the Photos app for the iPad.
We don’t yet know what’s new in iOS 13.4 Beta 3 and iPadOS 13.4 Beta 3, but we expect the company to quash some bugs and improve the performance of its operating systems as well as built-in apps. We will update the story as soon as we find new changes or improvements with the latest software updates. We expect these updates to be released as public beta versions sometime next week.
If you’re a registered developer and have a compatible iPhone or iPad handy, you can download and install iOS 13.4 Beta 3 or iPadOS 13.4 Beta 3 operating system builds on them once you have the developer beta profile installed on them. These iOS and iPadOS builds can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center or over the air (OTA).
If you have already installed these builds of iOS and iPadOS, let us know any changes, improvements, or bugs that you’ve noticed.