Apple has launched iOS 13.4 for all compatible devices. The updated software can be installed OTA or by using a computer. There are several new features coming to iPhones, with iPads gaining mouse and trackpad support in the latest version of iPadOS. Of course, whether updating an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, the software can be downloaded and installed for free. Many of the improvements are behind the scenes, but here are some of the features users will notice after updating to iOS 13.4.
Some iPhone owners are noticing problems with Touch ID after updating to iOS 13. The bug strikes third-party apps requiring authorization such as 1Password and banking apps. Users are reporting that instead of prompting for Touch ID or password entry, affected apps just freeze after launching.
iOS 13 has arrived. Apple's latest mobile operating system is packed with performance optimizations and enhancements. Anyone with an iPhone 6s and later can install iOS 13 from Settings to start using new features. Here are some highlights of iOS 13.
Apple officially releases iOS 13 to the general public on Thursday, September 19, 2019.
The rainbow Apple logo is back, and it's signaling the fall 2019 iPhone keynote event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, CA. Apple has set the date, and has "innovited" select media representatives to preview its latest iOS devices on Tuesday, September 10th at 10 am Pacific Time (1 pm Eastern Time). This year's keynote will bring a complete refresh to the iPhone lineup, as well as other surprises.