Apple has released the newest version of iOS, 13.4, for compatible iPhone models. If you haven’t already received a prompt telling you to download it, you can do so manually by heading to your device’s settings menu.
So what’s new in iOS 13.4? Well, first and foremost Apple is introducing nine new Memoji stickers and upgrading the Files app first launched in 2017.
According to the iOS 13.4 changelog, the update will allow for iCloud Drive folder sharing from the Files app, debut new controls to limit access to certain files along with fresh permissions that’ll let users choose who else can make changes to items.
Apple’s hugely popular Email app is also treated to a few new tweaks in the latest version of iOS. Now, when you’re viewing a message in conversation view you’ll have always-visible controls to delete, move or reply.
For those who make use of Apple’s CarPlay dashboard system, iOS 13.4 is an essential download for you, too. The latest version of the operating system adds third-party navigation support and now displays in-call information.
Although the features listed above are certainly neat additions, iOS 13.4 is certainly more concerned with exterminating bugs than anything else.