Apple Seeds iOS 15.4 And iPadOS 15.4 Beta 2 To Developers

Apple today released iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 beta 2 to developers two weeks after making the first betas available to the same group of testers.

Developers can now download the latest iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 betas to their devices via the Software Update mechanism so long as they have the correct developer profile installed on their devices.

If not, that profile can be downloaded from the Apple developer website.

These new updates make for some big changes the likes of which we weren’t quite expecting. The biggest change is the ability to use Face ID even while wearing a mask, a feature that while arguably two years too late is one that is proving popular among those who have tested the beta so far.

Apple has also finally added support for Universal Control, allowing people to use the same keyboard and mouse across multiple Macs and iPads without the need for any user intervention.

Other changes include improved 120Hz ProMotion support on iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max devices, while 37 new emojis have also been added to this round of updates.

There is currently no telling when iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 will be released to the public but we expect there to be a few more beta releases before Apple is ready to make these updates available to the world.

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