So far, the major point updates of iOS 13 are all pretty exciting for the iPhone. We have seen iOS 13.1, 13.2 and 13.3 coming and going, with over 60 new features and changes combined with that very first version of iOS 13. Although iOS 13.3.1 was a minor update, its successor, iOS 13.4, is a return to the form.
From February 26, we have discovered 24 new enhancements that iOS 13.4 (still in beta) will bring. Some will undoubtedly be thrilled, such as the addition of new Memoji stickers or the ability to control your car with just your iPhone. Some are smaller changes under the radar that many people might miss if not declared. Big or small, we don't care ̵
1. Nine new Memoji stickers
Although Apple has added an off switch for the shortcut key for Memoji stickers in iOS 13.3, it does not in any way shun the function. Instead, the company has added nine new stickers in iOS 13.4. These include:
- Face with steam from nose
- Smiling face with hearts
- Festive face
- Face screaming in fear
- Winking face with tongue
- Tipping Hand
- Folded Hands
- Gestures No
2. Move and compose Back to the Mail toolbar
In earlier versions of iOS 13, we could only press the "Delete" or "Reply" e-mail, the latter a series of options. Those two buttons are still there, but now there are two more: "Move" to change the folder of the e-mail and "Compose" to start a new draft. The only thing missing in the 13 days before the iOS is "Flag", which appeared a brief appearance in 13.4 to be replaced only by "Compose"
3. Home button models get a small update from the Control Center
In iOS 13.4, Apple has slightly changed the layout of the Control Center for iPhone models with Home buttons so that it resembles the version on Face ID models. With the new update, the network information is at the top left of the display, while the battery statistics are at the top right. Before iOS 13.4, those two corners were empty on older Home button models. Now if we could only get gesture control.
To make iOS and macOS more cohesive, Apple is now allowing developers to combine iOS and macOS apps into one purchase. That means that if you buy a compatible app in the Mac App Store, you can download the corresponding iOS counterpart for free, just like for apps between iOS and iPadOS.
Originally intended for release as part of iOS 13, iCloud Folder Sharing was suspended until spring 2020 before being re-introduced with iOS 13.4. With this feature, the Files app becomes a Dropbox competitor, allowing you to share an interactive folder with others via the Internet.
6. Drive your car with CarKey
Do you want to operate your car with your iPhone? 9to5Mac discovered a new CarKey API in iOS 13.4, which offers the possibility to drive NFC-compatible vehicles. Like Express Transit, the feature allegedly requires no Face ID or Touch ID to work, and it can work even if your iPhone runs out of energy.
You connect your iPhone to your car with a combination of the wallet app and the car manufacturer's app, and you can also share "keys" with friends and family via the Wallet app in iMessage conversations, similar to Apple Cash payments.
7. New CarPlay functions
Speaking of vehicles, CarPlay gets an update in iOS 13.4, with additional navigation support from third parties and new call control.
In the settings of the TV app, new options are available to adjust whether or not you can stream via mobile (which you could always do before), as well as the quality streaming via mobile and WiFi connections.  Use mobile data: By default, it is disabled, but if you have a decent mobile subscription, you can enable it to stream movies and TV programs & # 39; s when you don't have WiFi.  Mobile: If you enable the above setting, you can choose between "Data saving" (up to 600 MB per hour) or "High quality", which Apple says more data is being used.
The TV app settings also include content download options. It has the same three options as above with only a small variation for "Cellular" and "Wi-Fi" where it is "Fast Downloads" instead of "Data Saver". There is also a setting to download additional languages.
- Use mobile data: It is exactly like the streaming setting above, and it is also disabled by default.
- Mobile: If you enable the switch above, you can choose between "Fast downloads" or "High quality", the last of which will last longer.
- Wi-Fi: You can also choose between "Fast downloads" or "High quality" here.
- Audio languages: If you want to listen to a movie or TV series in a language other than the default setting of your region, you can add audio files for other languages with your download. Matching subtitles are also available for each language, as well as audio descriptions if you have enabled them in Accessibility. If the language you choose is not available for a specific piece of content, Apple switches to the default language.
The TV app receives a small update with "Family Sharing" on the "Library" tab. If you have not set up accounts for Family Sharing, you will not see the option.
Items that you have purchased, either from iTunes itself or from synchronized digital accounts from Movies Anywhere, are displayed on the "Library" tab in the TV app. Before iOS 13.4, there were only options for TV shows and movies at the top, but now, in addition to Family Sharing, there is a new "Genre" selection.
A very small addition to the TV app is a button & # 39; Details & # 39; under a show in a TV series. Previously there was nothing, but you could still tap on the slogan or delivery name below the photo to view the details. You can still do that, it is now just clearer with the "Details" button there.
According to 9to5Mac, when an app previously authorized for " While using the app, "location permission" asks "Always", your iPhone will display the location verification prompt. It is not clear how the situation worked before, but we feel that we have seen it before, whether our imagination or not.
With iOS 13.4 you can create shortcuts with a "Shazam It" action. You can create a shortcut that is as simple as asking Siri to use "Shazam It", or you can add the command as part of a more complicated series of actions.
There is a new option & # 39; Always listen to & # 39; Hey Siri & # 39; in Settings -> Accessibility -> Siri. If enabled, your iPhone will always look for a Hey Siri command, even when your iPhone is down or covered. In earlier versions of iOS, Hey Siri does not work in either of these two circumstances.
When you turn off your VPN in iOS 13.4, iOS gives you some visual feedback. A temporary icon appears in the status bar.
17. Tell Siri to go to the home screen
In iOS 13.4, when she tells Siri to go to the home screen, she does it. In earlier versions, the assistant simply tells you how you can go to the home screen yourself.
If you listen to a song with an extended instrumental section, the Apple Music live text will display an ellipse (•••) because of the lack of words. This ellipse gets a solid white dot the closer the song gets to the text.
Previously, when you went to General -> Start button in the Settings app, you saw a page with the text & # 39; Choose your clicks & # 39 ;. Now it says & # 39; Home Button Haptic & # 39; and the description below is also a bit different.