Top iOS 13.4 & iPadOS 13.4 features for your iPhone and iPad

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Apple has just released a new iOS 13.4 & iPadOS software update for the iPhones and iPads, and there are some well-designed features that are added to make your work much simpler.


The software update is available on any Apple device that can run iOS 13 or iPadOS 13.

Some of the best iOS 13.4 & iPadOS 13.4 features:

Mouse Cursor for iPad is finally here – This is one of the biggest features that has been added for the iPad users. The addition of cursors can help them work more precisely than before.

Top iOS 13.4 & iPadOS 13.4 features for your iPhone and iPad 1
Cursor Inclusion

iPhone, iPod, and iPad now support iCloud sharing – With the help of Files app that is present in iPads, iPhones and macOS you can now share entire folders with other iOS 13.4, and iPadOS 13.4 users. Just like the google drive, you can invite people to edit or view your files, you can even create sharable links for your files/folders.

Top iOS 13.4 & iPadOS 13.4 features for your iPhone and iPad 2

Notification for VPN disconnection has been added for iPhones – A status bar for VPN has been added for all the iPhone displays. A notification is present to show that the VPN is disabled.

Addition of new Memoji Stickers – Nine new stickers have been added to Apple’s popular memoji stickers.

ios 13.4 memoji additions

New Memoji Stickers (Source: MacRumors)

Universal purchases on macOS/iOS/tvOS – This new feature will allow customers and developers to have a single purchase for any cross-platform app.

Keyboard Shortcuts for the iPad – The new keyboard shortcuts in iPad allow the Photos app to navigate between tabs, search for albums, and also create albums. The keyboard shortcuts in full-screen mode allow deleting of photos, making copies of photos, and directly help to enter into Edit mode.

CarPlay support – This new feature in iOS 13.4 will allow you to use navigating apps of your choice when you plug your phone into the car. Earlier you could only use CarPlay whenever you plugged in your iPhone in your car.


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