Apple today released Wednesday, May 6, the fourth developer beta for iOS 13.5. This update comes a week after the release of iOS 13.5 dev beta 3, which introduced the joint COVID-19 exposure notification API from Apple and Google for iOS for the first time
Apple started developers 13.5 dev beta 4 at 10:00 AM PDT . If you have experience with iOS beta testing, you know that Apple tends to release beta updates at this time. However, don't expect the update to hit your device if you're using the public beta. This update is only for registered developers. We expect Apple to release 13.5 public beta 3 today at 1
Most important of the new features in this update is the "COVID-19 Exposure Logging" setting. This option replaces last week's "Exposure Notifications" settings page and adds a description of how the exposure registry works. Unlike the notification setting in dev beta 3, this setting is currently not interactive, as it requires installing an app authorized by Exposure Logging. There is no such app yet.