Apple has released iOS 13 Developer Beta 4 and it is now available for download. The update comes one day after macOS Catalina beta 4 was released to developers. The update has been released over-the-air and can be downloaded on devices that are already running iOS 13 through the Software Update section.
In addition to iOS 13 developer beta 4 on iPhone and iPod touch, Apple has also released iPadOS 13 developer beta 4, which is now available for all compatible iPads. Alongside iOS 13, watchOS 6 beta 4 and tvOS 13 beta 4 are also available on their supported devices.
As you might expect from the fourth developer beta, iOS 13 beta 4 brings minor changes to the operating system. Users are reporting that Apple has made home screen icons smaller on the iPads while adding a new ‘Rearrange Apps’ option to the Quick Action menus for both iPhone and iPad. Users can access the home screen shortcut menus by long pressing on any icon.
Smaller menus on iPadOS beta 4. And there’s this new option for rearrange apps. pic.twitter.com/mW9tOSpgN7
— Filipe Espósito (@filipekids) July 17, 2019
Beta 4 also adds a redesigned voice message button on the stock keyboard.
In iOS 13 developer beta 4 Apple has closed the vulnerability that allowed unauthorized access to user’s Website & App Passwords data by bypassing Face ID and Touch ID.