On Tuesday night Apple rolled out the first pre-release versions of iOS 13.4.5 and iPadOS 13.4.5 to registered developers and other beta testers.
The focus is on judging various bug and security fixes, so don’t expect any new features this time around. (Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. We’ve previously argued that Apple should slow things down and focus on stability rather than features in iOS 14 and macOS 10.6.)
Apple also released the first pre-release versions of tvOS 13.4.5 and macOS Catalina 10.15.5. These updates too see a focus on bug and security fixes.
The public versions of these operating system updates are likely to be released in April or May. In June, at WWDC 2020, we will see previews and beta versions of the yearly full-number updates, including iOS 14.
This article originally appeared on MacWorld Sweden. Translation by David Price.