Now your phone will use less space to store photos, and you get an iCloud Drive folder enabling instant file sharing, among other things
Chennai: A month after Apple rolled out the beta version of iOS 13.4, the tried and tested version is now available to all iPhone and iPad users across the world.
Now, your phone will use less space to store photographs, and a bug that turned the viewfinder into a black screen has been fixed, among other things.
Another key development is that iOS now offers iCloud Drive folder sharing, allowing other users to see content in the folder as soon as you add content.
Let’s check out the other enhancements and bug fixes that come with the latest iOS update.
Resolved mail crashing when share button tapped in Quick look, mail conversation list displaying empty rows and mail messages appearing out of order.
Fixed photo sharing to Messages, as it was being prevented if iMessage was disabled
Set right cellular data incorrectly displaying as switched off
Resolved bug that caused Safari webpages to not be inverted when both Dark Mode and Smart Invert are active, text copied from third-party app appeared invisible in Dark Mode when pasted, CAPTCHA tile was displayed incorrectly
Set right reminders as it may not have been issuing new notifications for an overdue recurring reminder until it is marked as completed, and may have been sending notifications for completed reminders
Fixed iCloud Drive issue where it became available in Pages, Numbers and Keynote even when not signed in
Apple Music videos will now stream in high quality
Now shortcuts to share screenshots will appear promptly when tapping on Share menu
Tapping an activity notification from a security camera may have been opening a different recording. Now that has been fixed.