Apple released the first developer betas for iOS 13.4, macOS 10.15.4, watchOS 6.2, and tvOS 13.4 two weeks ago. That was followed by the public betas last week. As is customary, the Cupertino giant is releasing the second developer betas of those OSes.
The first betas of iOS 13.4 brought with it some notable features such as the much-awaited iCloud Folder Sharing, an update to the Mail app that tweaked the infamous bottom navigation bar, and more. The release also brought with it nine new Memoji stickers and minor changes to location services.
While it isn’t clear yet as to what new features and/or fixes are being rolled out as part of this update, it is safe to assume that many bugs will be fixed as the progress of the beta updates near general availability. Features such as the recently uncovered NFC-enabled ‘CarKey’ feature may or may not make it to the release.
Registered developers can head here to download images of the iOS 13.4 betas or can also wait for the OTA updates. The general availability of iOS 13.4 is still probably a month or more away. It will be interesting to see what other features make it to this release since iOS 14 is reportedly going to focus on stability, with some feature being pushed back.