Next week, Apple is going to release iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, and watchOS 6.2 to the public. Before that can happen, though, the company has to release the Golden Master of the software to developers.

And that’s exactly what Apple has done today. The Golden Master version, which is a finalized build of the mobile software, is now available to registered developers. Once the proper developer profile has been installed the new pre-release software can be downloaded over-the-air. Or it can also be downloaded from Apple’s Developer center as well.

iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 bring with it plenty of new features. That includes new iCloud Drive folder sharing, new Memoji sticker options, universal purchase support for iOS and macOS apps, changes to Apple CarPlay, tweaks to the stock keyboard, changes to Augmented Reality features, and more. The official changelog for iOS 13.4 is just below:

iOS 13.4 introduces new Memoji stickers and ‌iCloud Drive‌ folder sharing from the Files app. This update also contains bug fixes and improvements.

Memoji
– Nine new Memoji stickers, including Smiling Face with Hearts, Hands Pressed Together, and Party Face

Files
– ‌iCloud Drive‌ folder sharing from the Files app
– Controls to limit access only to people you explicitly invite or grant access to anyone with the folder link
– Permissions to choose who can make changes and upload files and who can only view and download files

– Always-visible controls to delete, move, reply to, or compose a message in conversation view
– Responses to encrypted emails are automatically encrypted when you have configured S/MIME

App Store with Apple Arcade
– Universal Purchase support enables the use of a singular purchase of a participating app across ‌iPhone‌, iPod touch, ‌iPad‌, Mac, and Apple TV
– Recently played Arcade games appear in the Arcade tab so you can continue playing on ‌iPhone‌, ‌iPod touch‌, ‌iPad‌, Mac, and ‌Apple TV‌
– List view for See All Games

‌CarPlay‌
– Third-party navigation app support for the ‌CarPlay‌ Dashboard
– In-call information appears on the ‌CarPlay‌ Dashboard

Augmented Reality
– AR Quick Look supports audio playback in USDZ files

Keyboard
– Predictive typing support for Arabic

This update also includes bug fixes and other improvements. This update:
– Adds status bar indicator to display when VPN has disconnected on ‌iPhone‌ models with all-screen displays
– Fixes an issue in Camera where the viewfinder may appear as a black screen after launch
– Addresses an issue where ‌Photos‌ may appear to use excess storage
– Resolves an issue in ‌Photos‌ that may prevent sharing an image to Messages if iMessage is disabled
– Fixes an issue in Mail where messages may appear out of order
– Addresses an issue in Mail where the conversation list may display empty rows
– Resolves an issue where Mail may crash when tapping the Share button in Quick Look
– Fixes an issue in Settings where cellular data may incorrectly display as off
– Addresses an issue in Safari where webpages may not be inverted when both Dark Mode and Smart Invert are active
– Resolves an issue where text copied from web content may appear invisible when pasted when ‌Dark Mode‌ is active
– Fixes an issue in Safari where a CAPTCHA tile may display incorrectly
– Addresses an issue where Reminders may not issue new notifications for an overdue recurring reminder until it is marked as completed
– Resolves an issue where Reminders may send notifications for completed reminders
– Fixes an issue where ‌iCloud Drive‌ appears to be available in Pages, Numbers, and Keynote even when not signed in
– Addresses an issue in Apple Music where music videos may not stream in high quality
– Resolves an issue where ‌CarPlay‌ may lose its connection in certain vehicles
– Fixes an issue in ‌CarPlay‌ where the view in Maps may move away briefly from the current area
– Addresses an issue in the Home app where tapping an activity notification from a security camera may open a different recording
– Resolves an issue where Shortcuts may not appear when tapping on the Share menu from a screenshot
– Improves the Burmese keyboard so punctuation symbols are now accessible from numbers and symbols

Next, iPadOS 13.4, which brings advanced mouse and trackpad support to the tablet lineup. There are also tweaks to the stock Mail app, further changes to the keyboard, and all of the aforementioned changes built into the iOS 13.4 release as well. The iPadOS 13.4 changelog is available below:

The ‌iPadOS‌ 13.4 updates bring mouse and trackpad support for the ‌iPad Pro‌, following the announcement of Apple’s new ‌iPad Pro‌ keyboard with trackpad.

‌iPadOS‌ 13.4 introduces support for mouse and trackpad with ‌iPad‌ for greater precision and navigating the system with Multi-Touch gestures, and adds ‌iCloud Drive‌ folder sharing from the Files app and new Memoji stickers. This update also contains bug fixes and improvements.

Mouse and Trackpad Support
– All-new cursor design highlights app icons on the Home Screen and Dock and buttons and controls in apps
– Magic Keyboard for ‌iPad‌ support on ‌iPad Pro‌ 12.9-inch (3rd generation or later) and ‌iPad Pro‌ 11-inch (1st generation or later)
– Magic Mouse, Magic Mouse 2, Magic Trackpad, Magic Trackpad 2, and third-party Bluetooth and USB mouse support
– Multi-Touch gestures on Magic Keyboard for ‌iPad‌ and Magic Trackpad 2 enable you to scroll, swipe between app spaces, go Home, access App Switcher, zoom in or out, tap to click, secondary click (right-click), and swipe between pages
– Multi-Touch gestures on Magic Mouse 2 enable you to scroll, secondary click (right-click), and swipe between pages

Files
– ‌iCloud Drive‌ folder sharing from the Files app
– Controls to limit access only to people you explicitly invite or grant access to anyone with the folder link
– Permissions to choose who can make changes and upload files and who can only view and download files

Memoji
– Nine new Memoji stickers, including Smiling Face with Hearts, Hands Pressed Together, and Party Face

Mail
– Always-visible controls to delete, move, reply to, or compose a message in conversation view
– Responses to encrypted emails are automatically encrypted when you have configured S/MIME

‌App Store‌ with ‌Apple Arcade‌
– Universal Purchase support enables the use of a singular purchase of a participating app across ‌iPhone‌, ‌iPod touch‌, ‌iPad‌, Mac, and ‌Apple TV‌
– Recently played Arcade games appear in the Arcade tab so you can continue playing on ‌iPhone‌, ‌iPod touch‌, ‌iPad‌, Mac, and ‌Apple TV‌
– List view for See All Games

Augmented Reality
– AR Quick Look supports audio playback in USDZ files

Keyboard
– Live Conversion for Zhuyin automatically transforms Zhuyin into the correct characters without pressing the space bar to convert text or select candidates
– Live Conversion for Japanese automatically transforms Hiragana into the correct characters without pressing the space bar to convert text or select candidates
– Predictive typing support for Arabic
– Swiss German keyboard layout supported on ‌iPad Pro‌ 12.9-inch
– On-screen keyboard layout for ‌iPad Pro‌ 12.9-inch now matches Smart Keyboard

This update also includes bug fixes and other improvements. This update:

– Fixes an issue in Camera where the viewfinder may appear as a black screen after launch
– Addresses an issue where ‌Photos‌ may appear to use excess storage
– Resolves an issue in ‌Photos‌ that may prevent sharing an image to Messages if iMessage is disabled
– Fixes an issue in Mail where messages may appear out of order
– Addresses an issue in Mail where the conversation list may display empty rows
– Resolves an issue where Mail may crash when tapping the Share button in Quick Look
– Fixes an issue in Settings where cellular data may incorrectly display as off
– Addresses an issue in Safari where webpages may not be inverted when both ‌Dark Mode‌ and Smart Invert are active
– Resolves an issue where text copied from web content in a third-party app may appear invisible when pasted if ‌Dark Mode‌ is active
– Fixes an issue in Safari where a CAPTCHA tile may display incorrectly
– Addresses an issue where Reminders may not issue new notifications for an overdue recurring reminder until it is marked as completed
– Resolves an issue where Reminders may send notifications for completed reminders
– Fixes an issue where ‌iCloud Drive‌ appears to be available in Pages, Numbers, and Keynote even when not signed in
– Addresses an issue in ‌Apple Music‌ where music videos may not stream in high quality
– Addresses an issue in the Home app where tapping an activity notification from a security camera may open a different recording
– Resolves an issue where Shortcuts may not appear when tapping on the Share menu from a screenshot
– Improves the Burmese keyboard so punctuation symbols are now accessible from numbers and symbols

And finally, we have watchOS 6.2. To update, the Apple Watch must be on the charger, it must have at least 50% battery life, and it must also be connected and within range of the iPhone. This update is relatively minor in scale, but it does include important additions. That includes support for in-app purchases right on the Apple Watch, broadening availability of the ECG app to New Zealand, Chile, and Turkey, and much more.

The official changelog is available below:

watchOS 6.2 includes new features, improvements, and bug fixes:

– Introduces in-app purchases for ‌Apple Watch‌ apps
– Fixes an issue where music playback could pause when switching from Wi-Fi to Bluetooth connectivity
– ECG app on ‌Apple Watch‌ Series 4 or later now available in Chile, New Zealand, and Turkey
– Irregular heart rhythm notifications now available in Chile, New Zealand, and Turkey
Some features may not be available for all countries or all areas, for more information visit: https://www.apple.com/watchos/feature-availability/

For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website: https://support.apple.com/HT201222

The Golden Master for iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, and watchOS 6.2 is available now for developers.