Apple releases iOS 13.4 with iCloud Drive Folder Sharing, new Memoji, updated Mail app and more
Apple has officially rolled out iOS 13.4, introducing 9 new Memoji sticker types, iCloud Drive folder sharing support, updates to the Mail toolbar, and more.
Today’s release follows after Apple announced an updated MacBook Air with double the performance of the previous machine, and a new iPad Pro featuring a new Apple-designed A12Z processor, a rear camera array with LiDAR, an optional new Magic Keyboard with built-in trackpad, and more last week.
iOS 13.4 has been in beta testing since early February, with Apple regularly seeding beta updates to both public and developer testers since.
Everything new with iOS 13.4:
- iCloud Folder Sharing
- 9 new Memoji stickers
- CarKey API
- Minor tweaks to TV app
- Updated Location/Privacy prompt
- Combined iOS and Mac purchases
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.
With the release of iOS 13.4, 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.
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.
Ahead of the release of Apple’s new Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro, Apple is also rolling out iPadOS 13.4 which adds support for the new accessory as well as bringing its own range of improvements and bug fixes.
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