Apple has not released a major iOS 13 update in 14 weeks. Sure, iOS 13.3.1 was released seven weeks ago, but the minor update only included bug fixes, without any significant new features and changes. If you've been waiting for Apple to add some excitement to your iPhone, you're looking for a deal with iOS 13.4 on Tuesday, March 24.
Apple is likely to release its latest iOS update at 10am PST. Don't assume, though, that the emission came out of nowhere, though. Apple tested iOS 13.4 through five beta versions, starting February 5. This means that your new update underwent a six-week beta test. We can only hope that Apple managed to catch all (or most) big bugs on the road.
So what's new in iOS 1
- Nine new Memoji stickers
- Important update to Mail's toolbar, new options "Move" and "Write"
- Start button iPhone gets iPhone X-style Control Center  MacOS and iOS apps can now be purchased together and consolidate platforms
- iCloud folder sharing finally hits iOS
- CarKey API lets you control your car with your iPhone, including sharing CarKeys with friends via iMessage
- New streaming and download options for the TV app
- Evidence of an upcoming OTA "OS Recovery" feature
To update to iOS 13.4 when available, open the Settings app on your iPhone and then tap "General" – > "Application Update". Follow the on-screen instructions to start downloading the software to your device and then continue updating. Alternatively, you can only wait for it to install automatically if you have enabled "Automatic Updates".