You can now download iOS 13.4.1 final IPSW links as well as the OTA update for iPhone and iPadOS 13.4.1 final for compatible iPad models. Here are all of the details that you need to know.

In recent times, new versions of iOS and iPadOS have been put through extensive internal and external testing. This is to allow developers and end-users to interact with the new features and changes that have been put into the firmware in order to ensure that they are fit for primetime. With iOS 13.41 and iPadOS 13.4.1 however, straight into production is the name of the game, which is not unusual for relatively minor point versions, such as these.

Like with most relatively minor point releases, iOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.4.1 don’t contain any huge outward-facing changes for users to sink their teeth into. Nor can iPhone or iPad owners expect any functionality improvements or additions. These releases are all about stabilizing what was released with iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 and immediately trying to rectify any bugs or issues that managed to slip through the testing period and make it into production.

It’s also Apple’s opportunities to make any performance improvements and implement any additional security patches or enhancements that the Cupertino-based company deems necessary. In short, installing this firmware isn’t going to get you any new toys to play with or any new additions to your menu system or brand new features. It is, however, going to put you on the right path to stability across all of your devices and pave the way for any future enhancements that Apple may have in the works.

If you want to try out iOS 13.4.1/iPadOS 13.4.1, head over to Settings > General > Software Update and grab the OTA update from there. If you prefer to use iTunes on Windows or Mac, or Finder on macOS Catalina and higher, to restore or update your device using IPSW files, then you can grab the right file for your device(s) from the links below:

iOS 13.4.1 IPSW Download Links:

iPadOS 13.4.1 IPSW Direct Download Links:

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