Last week, Apple released the first beta version of iOS 13.4 with fun and useful new features such as new Memoji, an upgrade email toolbar, and the ability to control your NFC-compatible car via CarKey. Apple has just released iOS 13.4 developer beta 2, but does the update have any new changes to be excited about?
Apple pushed the update on February 19 at 1:00 PM. EST (10 hours PST), the company's standard beta update release time. It's for developers only, but the public beta version followed shortly on February 20, just 24 hours apart.
So what's new in dev beta 2? A couple of things. First Apple has added a series of new settings to the TV app. Under the new heading Streaming Options :
Use Mobile Data : By default, it is disabled, but if you have a decent mobile subscription, you can enable it to watch movies and TV shows & # 39; s to stream 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 uses more data.
Wi-Fi : there is no switch for this, because how else would you stream anything without mobile data. But you can choose the same options "Data saving" and "High quality". Only this time Data Saver goes up to 1
GB per hour. You may want to use Data Saver here if you are connected to a personal hotspot or have limited bandwidth.
There is also a new section Download Options with the following settings.
Using mobile data : It is exactly like the streaming setting above, and it is also disabled by default.
Mobile : If you switch on the switch above, you can choose between "Fast downloads" or "High quality", the last of which takes longer.
Wi-Fi : you can also choose between "Fast downloads" or "High quality".
Audio languages : If you go to a movie or TV series in a language other than the standard language 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.