Apple today is rolling out iOS 16.4 beta 4 to developers, just one week after the release of the previous beta. As we’ve covered in-depth over the last two weeks, iOS 16.4 includes a number of new features and changes for iPhone users.
iOS 16.4 beta 4 will be available today to registered developer beta testers. As the update rolls out over the air, you’ll be able to install it by going to the Settings app, choosing General, then choosing Software Update. The new update will be released to public beta testers later this week. The build number for today’s update is 20E5239b.
What’s new in iOS 16.4?
- Roundup: Here’s every new feature and change in iOS 16.4 beta 1
- iPhone Lock Screen Shortcut: How to use
- iOS 16.4 to detail Always-On display battery consumption
- iOS 16.4 and iPadOS 16.4 add new Emoji for iPhone and iPad
- iOS 16.4 adds new capabilities for web apps on iPhone and iPad, including access to push notifications
- iOS 16.4 reintroduces new HomeKit architecture
- iOS 16.4 expands 5G support to new regions, plus Google Fi users
- iOS 16.4 hints at HomePod launch in Israel with Siri in Hebrew
- iOS 16.4: iMessage now supports rich content previews for Mastodon posts
- Apple is making it easier for registered developers to install iOS betas, but eliminating profile sharing
With beta testing progressing on schedule, iOS 16.4 will likely be released to the general public in the next few weeks. Brazilian carrier Claro said that been working with Apple to enable 5G standalone for iPhone owners later this month with the release of iOS 16.4.
In addition to iOS 16.4, Apple is also beta testing the following software updates:
- iPadOS 16.4 beta 4
- watchOS 9.4 beta 4
- tvOS 16.4 beta 4
- macOS Ventura 13.3 beta 4
Spot any changes in today’s release of iOS 16.4 beta 4 or iPadOS 16.4 beta 4? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @9to5Mac.
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