Apple's got one more iOS 13.4 release to test before launching the update to the public.
The iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 Golden Master (GM) releases are now available to registered developers. If you're enrolled in Apple's dev program, you can get the update over the air or through the company's Developer Center on the web. A public beta should be available soon.
As Apple announced earlier today, iPadOS 13.4 brings trackpad support to all iPads that can run the update. And while Apple's new Magic Keyboard with built-in trackpad is only compatible with the 2018 and 2020 iPad Pro models, other iPad owners can use a Magic Mouse 2, Magic Trackpad 2, or a third-party mouse connected over USB or Bluetooth.
The update to iOS 13.4 also brings nine new Animoji and Memoji stickers, which you can see below.
The new update makes some tweaks to the toolbar in Apple's Mail app as well. The Reply and Delete buttons have been moved farther apart to help fight accidental deletions, and Apple has also added new Folder and Compose icons.
Apple has included new controls for calls and third-party navigation apps in CarPlay with the update to iOS 13.4, and support for the new Powerbeats headphones are packed in there, too. Other improvements include new keyboard shortcuts for the Photos app, iCloud Folder Sharing, and new controls in the TV app for streaming and downloads, including a data saver mode for cellular streaming.
Lastly, the code in iOS 13.4 hints at a new CarKey API that'll let you use your iPhone to lock, unlock, and start a car using NFC. Apple hasn't officially announced this feature yet, though, and so it's unclear exactly when it might launch.
Apple also released the watchOS 6.2 Golden Master to developers today. This update isn't quite as big as iOS 13.4, but it does include in-app purchases for Apple Watch apps and a fix for a bug where music playback could pause when switching between Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
Code inside watchOS 6.2 also hints at the same CarKey API that we mentioned before.
Apple has said it plans to launch iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 on March 24th, and it's likely that we'll see watchOS 6.2 released on the same day.