Apple has started to roll out iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 with Trackpad support for the compatible iPhones and iPads. The update provides the much-anticipated trackpad support in iPadOS. The benefit of the new feature is that you can make use of the USB and Bluetooth tracking accessories to work with your iPad.
With a new update, you will be able to work with an improved UX when compared with the previous versions. After the upgrade, you will be able to view a new mouse pointer and is designed to snap to UI elements while hovering. You can work with the mice or trackpads even with those apps that are not designed to handle a pointer. The latest iPadOS 13.4 build also ships with support for Magic Keyboard with an integrated trackpad.
With the help of the new iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4, you will be able to work with the iCloud Drive folder from within the Files app. The update also ships with nine new Memoji including improvements to CarPlay with third-party navigation app support.
The latest build also includes always-visible controls for performing delete, move, compose and reply operations in the Mail app. You can block third-party cookies in Safari and also work with predictive typing in the Arabic language.
ECG Support Added For Apple Watch – watchOS 6.2
Apple is also currently rolling out watchOS 6.2 for the Apple Watch with support for in-app purchases, ECG and irregular heart rhythm notifications. However, the update is only available in Turkey, New Zealand, and Chile.
The tvOS 13.4 update also includes new software improvements. If you work with HomePod, you will receive a freshly baked update soon.
Last but not the least, the Apple Macs are getting reloaded with macOS Catalina 10.15.4 update with support for iCloud Drive folder sharing and screen time.
The update also includes time-synced lyrics for Apple Music. You can import Chrome passwords with Safari with support for Netflix HDR. The new update brings in the much-awaited universal purchase support for apps across all Apple platforms. alongside customized reference modes for the Pro Display XDR.