Last night, Apple seeded the latest pre-release versions of iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 to registered developers and other beta testers. Update:
iOS 13.5 has now launched to the public.
The focus is on various bug and security fixes, but we also get to see a new feature for
tracking the spread of coronavirus as well as various improvements to FaceTime and Face ID. In addition, it’s now possible to share what you’re listening to in Apple Music via a dedicated sharing option, allowing current songs to be seen on both Facebook and Instagram Stories.
The latest preview version of tvOS 13.4.5 has also been released, but don’t expect any major news in this update.
The final public versions of the operating system updates are likely to be released within 1-2 weeks. In the meantime, here’s
how to install an iOS 13 beta.
This article originally appeared on
MacWorld Sweden. Translation by David Price.