IOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 are likely to be available for download soon. The third type of beta option is now being tested by developers again beta testers community.
The beta versions include Email-Risk Optimization, some of the most useful new features in the context of a global epidemic, and the transition to SpaceTime. We will discuss each of these new additions below.
The latest version of iOS 13 is iOS 13.4.1, which contains bug fixes and was released on April 7. Earlier, Apple released iOS and iPadOS 13.4 on March 24 (which purchased the iCloud Folder Share, trackpad support for iPad, and more).
Unlocking iPhone with scissors
Throughout the month of April Apple has been working on other Coronavirus related updates for iOS and iPadOS. This includes the ability to force the iPhone to give you the option to enter your PIN code when wearing a mask. The iPhone won't recognize you when you're wearing a mask.
Usually, it may take a few worrying passes and attempts to unlock before users have the option to enter an access code where the facial ID does not notify the user.
Once the update is released, users will be able to swipe the card from the bottom to reach the screen where they can enter their PIN code. It's always been possible to swipe your finger to access this screen, but it seems that the process will be faster as soon as iOS 13.4.5 launches, as the face ID won't need to crash first.
Tracking Contacts: Covid 19
IOS 13.4.5 will also include new APIs. These APIs were developed by Google and can be used by public health authorities in their COVID-19 tracking applications if they wish. Function can also be used in health-related programs.
You can enable (and disable) COVID-19 downloads in & # 39; Settings & # 39;
If you've been using the SpaceTime team since the shutdown, you'll be pleased to know that Apple will enable it to disable the feature that will make the speaker stand out more than others.
You can disable the "Auto Prominence" feature so that all participant photos are the same, suitable for multi-group phones.
Bug email repair and more
IOS 13.5 also deals with security vulnerabilities in the iOS email app, which we discuss here: The "vulnerable" email app hackers"Even though Apple says there is no real danger.
The beta version can also fix a problem with a Personal Hotspot that doesn't work for other people.
VPN-related vulnerabilities can also be addressed.
How to get iOS 13.5 now
If you are a developer or public beta tester you can download the third beta of iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 now and install pre-release versions on your iPhone or iPad. You can sign up to test the