What would Apple be planning here? Are we going to see some revolutionary new features for the iPhone? Will we mainly see bug fixes and security patches? It's time to find out, because Apple has just released the first developer beta for iOS 13.4.
Apple, today, Wednesday, February 5, at 13:00 developers posted 13.4 dev beta 1. EST (10 hours PST), eight days after the official release of iOS 13.3.1. If you are a public beta tester, you will not see this update appear on your iPhones immediately. You have to wait for 13.4 public beta 1, which will probably be released tomorrow at 13:00. EST. It is possible, but unlikely, that the update will arrive today at 4 p.m. EST (1
3:00 PST), so pay attention in both cases.
The first beta update in a cycle is always exciting, as it usually adds new, unannounced features and changes to iOS. According to Apple's release notes, iOS 13.4 adds some new features to the mix. On iPadOS you will find new shortcuts in Photos for navigating through tags, searching and creating albums. You can also delete, duplicate, and enter full-screen editing mode using hot keys. You won't find this on iOS, but most users don't navigate photos on their iPhone with a keyboard.
Not mentioned in the release notes is the addition of new Memoij stickers. According to our count, Apple has added nine new stickers based on your Memoji & # 39; s. However, there are no new stickers for Animoji & # 39; s.