Apple has released its first developer beta of iOS 13.4, introducing 9 new Memoji sticker types, iCloud Drive folder sharing support, updates to the Mail toolbar, and more.
With the release of iOS 13.4 beta 1, Apple is introducing a new universal purchase feature to developers, giving the ability to bundle iOS apps, tvOS apps, and Mac apps together for one purchase price.
iOS 13.4 is expected to arrive publicly in the coming months with a public beta of the software likely to arrive before the end of next week. Alongside previewing the updates destined for iPhone, Apple has released the first developer betas of macOS Catalina 10.15.4, iPadOS 13.4, watchOS 6.2, and tvOS 13.4.
Everything new with iOS 13.4:
- iCloud Folder Sharing
- 9 new Memoji stickers
- CarKey API
- Minor tweaks to TV app
- Updated Location/Privacy prompt
Apple announced last year that iCloud Folder Sharing, a hot new feature introduced alongside macOS Catalina, would be delayed until 2020 after beta testers reported data loss and bugs with the system.
The updated toolbar in Mail is a welcomed new addition after iOS 13 introduced a simplified UI which made it easy to inadvertently trash mail.
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