A week after the release of the update for iOS and iPadOS 13.4 – an update that introduced compatibility with mice and trackpads -, Apple signals the launch of a new complementary patch, version 13.4.5, on its developer blog.
The update can be downloaded through the Apple Developer Center manually or automatically (over-the-air) if the developer profile is configured on the device. As it has a complementary content, the update should not introduce notable tools or novelties; but it will fix bugs and performance issues reported during that first experiment.
One of the most awaited corrections is in the functioning of Personal Access (“Personal Hotspot”, in English), which allows the sharing of mobile data internet to other devices, similar to a router. There are already some updates, users have reported instability in the tool – with constant disconnections – and even failures in triggering it.
Along with this update, Apple has also released updates for macOS Catalina (10.15.5) and tvOS (13.4.5). Likewise, the update should be restricted to bug fixes and performance improvements.
Because it is recent, programmers did not have time to unravel the update and identify what additions and fixes were. As soon as they are reported, we will report here on TecMundo.