Apple released iOS and iPadOS 13.4 today, offering few improvements and bug fixes — including the long-awaited trackpad support in iPadOS.
When Apple launched the new iPad Pro recently, they also introduced the Magic Keyboard that comes with a trackpad. While the accessory will only be launched in May, there’s no doubt that Apple has to offer the software update first, hence the release of the new software update. However, iOS 13.4 will offer trackpad support to all iPads, not just the iPad Pro. This will help users achieve a more laptop-like experience.
Apart from that, both iOS and iPadOS 13.4 share similar updates. Users will be getting new Memoji stickers — nine new expressions, to be exact — and they’ll finally get to share their iCloud Drive folder with their friends and family.
Apple also announced the availability for developers to offer their app in a singular universal purchase; with iOS 13.4, Apple users can purchase one app and use it across all platforms if the app is supported on those platforms.