Apple has today released the first beta of iOS 13.4 to developers. That means that those who build apps are now testing that they work as they should with the new software installed.

It also means that people are now putting any new iOS 13.4 changes through their paces, too.

Apple hasn’t been 100% clear on what has changed in this release, which means there will always be little improvements that need to be sniffed out. We’re going to run through everything that we’ve seen or heard of since we got our hands on the beta and please do sound off in the comments if we’ve missed anything.

With that said, let’s get started.

  • This update includes support for iCloud Drive folder sharing once more.
  • New keyboard shortcuts have been added to the Photos app on iPad, making it easier to switch between tabs and such.
  • Developers will be able to sell macOS, iOS, and iPadOS apps in a single purchase as of March.
  • The TV app now has a new Family Sharing tab.
  • iOS 13.4 includes a fix for a strange Mail toolbar layout issue.
  • Nine new Memoji sticker types have been added.
  • New CarPlay controls and third-party navigation options have been added.
  • There’s a new CarKey feature that allows cars to be locked and unlocked via NFC.

We’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for other changes, and we’re sure some will come and go as iOS 13.4 works its way through the beta process.

iCloud Folder Sharing screenshot via Ryan Christoffel [Twitter]

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