The Beta 2 of iOS and iPadOS 13.4 now available for developers

iOS 13.3.1

Betas afternoon for iOS 13.4, which to date was only in its first version of the beta development phase for developers. True to your 7:00 p.m. appointment (10:00 a.m. in Cupertino) The Cupertino company has decided to launch the second beta of iOS and iPadOS 13.4 to developers. But not only does it stay here, we mean, we also have news at the level of macOS, watchOS and tvOS, because when Apple gets the updates, it gets well in depth. Let's take a look at this afternoon of betas that we just had, are you interested in installing it?

As always, if you are in the developer program, you have iOS 13.4 installed in your first beta and you are interested in proceeding with the update, just do the typical Apple OTA (Over The Air) update, for this we simply go to the section of adjustments, we select the option general and we navigate to the section of software update available. At that time we can update our iPad and our iPhone to the latest version, if we have the beta profile installed correctly, of course, because as we said this beta is in phase for “developers”, and we probably will not see the beta Public until tomorrow.

The news remains, simply the shared folders of iCloud that we hope so much are prepared, both CarPlay and CarKey follow their course, the universal purchases of the applications will be implemented, the Memoji updated and finally we will have new keyboard shortcuts for the iPad. However, this version is clearly focused on troubleshooting and optimization of the operating system in general, therefore, do not expect much improvement, much less news. Until the end of March the final version of iOS 13.4 is not expected from the hand of the new devices presented during the last Keynote.

Source: actualidadiphone.com




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