Apple has just released the beta 1 test versions of iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4 and macOS 10.15.4 for users registered in the Apple beta test program. In addition to these versions for different devices, namely iPhone, iPad and Mac, watchOS 6.2 versions for AppleWatch and tvOS for Apple TV were also launched.
In relation to iOS 13.4 beta version, most likely it should have a greater focus on error correction and one or another improvement, but nothing significant. This includes the ability to now be able to share folders from our iCloud Drive from the file management application, as well as a new “trash” button in the native email application that will serve to prevent accidental deletion of emails, something that has been a recurring complaint from some users. The new button is now where it was in previous versions of iOS13.
Additionally, we also have more options for Memoji as well as other minor changes. As is common to all beta versions, these features may be modified or even removed in the final version when it is made available to the general public.
Users who are enrolled in the beta tester program, that is, those who use these versions installed on their equipment and who test and report directly to Apple itself the bugs they find so that the company will correct them until the final version. , you can now find this new beta version, going to the settings, general, and software update section, and then the version now launched by the brand will be available.
As for macOS Catalina 10.15.4 beta, you will probably experience some bug fixes and some general improvements as well. To start using the beta now, go to system preferences, and update software.
For AppleWatch and Apple TV, we can find these updates within the applications on the devices themselves.
Apple usually releases several beta versions before the final version is released to the public so that when the software is available it will be as stable, fluid and reliable as possible. Therefore, it is not expected that the final version will not appear before spring, with a few weeks or months to go.