Apple is on a roll releasing the fifth betas of macOS 10.15.4, iOS 13.4, iPad 13.4, and tvOS 13.4.
The company last week dropped the fourth betas into the hands of developers as the company picks up its pace of development ahead of the projected March public release of iOS 13.4.
The latest beta versions, specifically, contain no significant new features and instead focus on minor performance improvements and tweaks. However, developers can use these betas to update their apps and take advantage of some of the new features Apple bundled into iOS 13.4.
Apple iOS 13.4 contains a handful of new features, including an exciting unified purchase option that lets developers sell a macOS and iOS version of their apps in a single purchase.
It also will have iCloud Drive folder sharing and a new CarKey feature that allows you to control a compatible NFC-equipped car.
Apple added several minor features to iOS 13.4, such as new emoji stickers, small tweaks to the Mail app, new Siri controls, and more. Though Apple is regularly updating iOS, macOS, iPadOS, and tvOS, developers are still waiting for the fifth beta of watchOS 6.2 to make its debut.