The update also paves the way for merged purchases and sharing of iCloud libraries.
IOS and its tablet version, iPadOS, have also come with version 13.4: Updating Apple's mobile systems, especially on tablets, is an important milestone, bringing with it the touchpad and mouse support announced with the latest iPad Pro, one step closer iPads are also widely used for work notebooks.
As Apple has said before, the newly introduced support for touchpads does not fully transfer control known from Macs to the iPad OS, but instead has adapted touch gestures to the full range of iPads, including support for multitouch gestures on tablets.
The solution is mainly designed to make typing difficult so that the user does not have to remove their hands from the keyboard for any function – such as the newly introduced Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro. Support extends across the entire system and can be deployed in existing apps, while providing developers with new tools to customize their software for cursor control.
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Another long-awaited update to the update is the ability to share iCloud libraries – which, of course, is available on all systems of the company. The new versions also bring in previously announced unified purchases, meaning that purchasing a macOS version of a given app will automatically get the iOS release, and vice versa, the solution also extends to in-app purchases – of course, if the developer wants .
Mobile platforms will also receive new Memoji stickers, and Apple's email application will be updated with a new toolbar that will allow you to delete, respond, or mark emails quickly. The iOS CarPlay capabilities are also expanding, with Apple already allowing third-party navigation applications to be used on the car display. IOS and iPadOS 13.4 are expected to arrive in the next few days on all supported devices.