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Download iPadOS 13.5.5 Beta 1 on iPad With or Without Developer Account

New updates are added on June 3, 2020: The first beta or the beta 1 of the iPadOS 13.5.5 is now rolling out for the developers as well as the public beta testers. You can download the update by heading over to Settings>>Software Update section to trigger the download. Or you might have received the update via OTA. Note that as of now, it is unclear as to what this new beta 1 update of iPad OS 13.5.5 brings in for the devices.


New updates are added on May 19, 2020: The developer version of the latest iPadOS 13.5 is now available for installation before the public release for the iPad. Note that it brings tons of new features and COVID-19 trackers as well. Here is what the complete changelog of the iPadOS 13.5 reads:

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Face ID and Passcode

  • Simplified unlock process for devices with Face ID when you are wearing a face mask
  • Passcode field automatically presented after swiping up from the bottom of the Lock screen when you are wearing a face mask
  • Also works when authenticating with the App Store, Apple Books, Apple Pay, iTunes, and other apps that support signing in with Face ID

Exposure Notification

  • Exposure Notification API to support COVID-19 contact tracing apps from public health authorities

FaceTime

  • Option to control automatic prominence on Group FaceTime calls so video tiles do not change size when a participant speaks

Emergency Services

  • Option to automatically share health and other essential information from your Medical ID with emergency services when you place an emergency call (US only)

This update also includes bug fixes and other improvements.

  • Fixes an issue where users may see a black screen when trying to play streaming video from some websites
  • Addresses an issue in the share sheet where suggestions and actions may not load

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New updates are added on April 18, 2020: Apple has now released the public beta 1 of the iPadOS 13.4.5 that brings in some changes and new bugfixes for the iPads.

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  • Fixes an issue where devices running iOS 13.4 could not participate in FaceTime calls with devices running iOS 9.3.6 and earlier or OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 and earlier
  • Addresses a bug with the Settings app where choosing Bluetooth from the quick actions menu on the Home screen would fail

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New updates are added on March 26, 2020: Apple has now shifted its iPadOS users to a new operating system with the iPadOS 13.4 update, which is now live for the iPad users. The stable update brings in tons of new features that have been teased and shown with the previous beta updates. Users can head over to the Settings menu and check for the update manually for upgrading their iPad to the latest iPadOS 13.4. Below is the complete changelog of this new update:

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General
Known Issues
– To install iOS 13.4 using the Restore Image, first install Xcode 11.4.

Keyboard
New Features
– QuickType Keyboard now supports predictive input for Arabic.
– QuickType Keyboard now supports Live Conversion for Japanese and Chinese (Zhuyin).
– QuickType Keyboard now supports Swiss German layout for 12.9-inch iPad layout.

Resolved Issues
– 12.9-inch iPad layouts for several languages now match the hardware keyboard layouts.

Location Services
New Features
– When an app requests Always authorization for the first time after having previously been authorized for While Using the App, the device immediately presents the location authorization prompt. (57106235)

Photos
New Features
– New keyboard shortcuts are available in Photos on iPadOS, which create quick navigation between Tabs, Search, and Create Albums. While in full screen mode, you can also delete, duplicate, and enter Edit mode using a keyboard. (57195967)

RealityKit
Known Issues
– After updating to iOS & iPadOS 13.4, you won’t be able to synchronize scenes with peers using earlier versions of RealityKit, due to a fundamental change in the physics system. If two peers running a MultipeerConnectivityService have incompatible versions, they will remain connected in the underlying MCSession, but won’t synchronize scenes. iOS & iPadOS 13.4 adds a new NetworkCompatibilityToken class so a host can avoid inviting incompatible clients to its MCSession. Please see the NetworkCompatibilityToken documentation for additional details. (59262764)

SwiftUI
New Features
– When using a NavigationView with multiple columns, the navigation bar now shows a control to toggle the columns. (49074511)
– The onDrag and onDrop modifiers are now available on iOS. (49661347)

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New updates are added on March 14, 2020: Apple has released the 5th beta of iPadOS 13.4 for the users and it brings along some new features and bugfixes for the iPad. Below is the official changelog of the update:

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General
Known Issues
– To install iOS 13.4 beta 5 using the Restore Image, first install Xcode 11.4 beta 2.

Keyboard
New Features
– QuickType Keyboard now supports predictive input for Arabic.
– QuickType Keyboard now supports Live Conversion for Japanese and Chinese (Zhuyin).
– QuickType Keyboard now supports Swiss German layout for 12.9-inch iPad layout.

Resolved Issues
– 12.9-inch iPad layouts for several languages now match the hardware keyboard layouts.

Location Services
New Features
– When an app requests Always authorization for the first time after having previously been authorized for While Using the App, the device immediately presents the location authorization prompt. (57106235)

Photos
New Features
– New keyboard shortcuts are available in Photos on iPadOS, which create quick navigation between tabs, search, and create albums. While in full screen mode, you can also delete, duplicate, and enter Edit mode using a keyboard. (57195967)

RealityKit
Known Issues
– After updating to iOS & iPadOS 13.4, you won’t be able to synchronize scenes with peers using earlier versions of RealityKit due to a fundamental change in the physics system. If two peers running a MultipeerConnectivityService have incompatible versions, they will remain connected in the underlying MCSession but won’t synchronize scenes. iOS & iPadOS 13.4 adds a new NetworkCompatibilityToken class so a host can avoid inviting incompatible clients to its MCSession. Please see the NetworkCompatibilityToken documentation for additional details. (59262764)

SwiftUI
New Features
– When using a NavigationView with multiple columns, the navigation bar now shows a control to toggle the columns. (49074511)
– The onDrag and onDrop modifiers are now available on iOS. (49661347)

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New updates are added on March 9, 2020: The iPadOS 13.4 beta 4 update is now live for the iPad users. The update brings along tons of new features as well as bugfixes for the devices. Check out the changelog of the new beta 4 update below:

[General]
Known Issues
– To install iOS 13.4 beta 4 using the Restore Image, first install Xcode 11.4 beta 2.

[Keyboard]
New Features
– QuickType Keyboard now supports predictive input for Arabic.
– QuickType Keyboard now supports Live Conversion for Japanese and Chinese (Zhuyin).
– QuickType Keyboard now supports Swiss German layout for 12.9-inch iPad layout.

[Resolved Issues]
– 12.9-inch iPad layouts for several languages now match the hardware keyboard layouts.

[Location Services]
New Features
– When an app requests Always authorization for the first time after having previously been authorized for While Using the App, the device immediately presents the location authorization prompt. (57106235)

[Photos]
New Features
– New keyboard shortcuts are available in Photos on iPadOS, which create quick navigation between tabs, search, and create albums. While in full screen mode, you can also delete, duplicate, and enter Edit mode using a keyboard. (57195967)

[RealityKit]
Known Issues
– After updating to iOS & iPadOS 13.4, you won’t be able to synchronize scenes with peers using earlier versions of RealityKit due to a fundamental change in the physics system. If two peers running a MultipeerConnectivityService have incompatible versions, they will remain connected in the underlying MCSession but won’t synchronize scenes. iOS & iPadOS 13.4 adds a new NetworkCompatibilityToken class so a host can avoid inviting incompatible clients to its MCSession. Please see the NetworkCompatibilityToken documentation for additional details. (59262764)

[SwiftUI]
New Features
– When using a NavigationView with multiple columns, the navigation bar now shows a control to toggle the columns. (49074511)
– The onDrag and onDrop modifiers are now available on iOS. (49661347)


New updates are added on February 29, 2020: iPadOS 13.4 beta 3 is now live for the users and you can update your device right away. This new update enhances the stability of the iPad’s as well as fixes several bugs associated with it.

[General]
Known Issues
– To install iOS 13.4 beta 3 using the Restore Image, first install Xcode 11.4 beta 2.

Resolved Issues
– Fixed an issue that could cause the Settings app to quit unexpectedly after a user viewed specific app settings and then returned to the main Settings page. (59124369)

[Keyboard]
New Features
– QuickType Keyboard now supports predictive input for Arabic.
– QuickType Keyboard now supports Live Conversion for Japanese and Chinese (Zhuyin).
– QuickType Keyboard now supports Swiss German layout for 12.9″ iPad layout.

Resolved Issues
– 12.9″ iPad layouts for several languages now match the hardware keyboard layouts accurately.

[Location Services]
New Features
– When an app requests Always authorization for the first time after having previously been authorized for While Using the App, the device immediately presents the location authorization prompt. (57106235)

[Photos]
New Features
– New keyboard shortcuts are available in Photos on iPadOS, which allow you to quickly navigate between tabs, search, and create albums.
-While in full screen mode, you can also delete, duplicate, and enter Edit mode using a keyboard. (57195967)

Resolved Issues
– Fixed an issue where Photos might not sync as expected to Apple Watch. (59324590)

[SwiftUI]
New Features
– When using a NavigationView with multiple columns, the navigation bar now shows a control to toggle the columns. (49074511)
– The onDrag and onDrop modifiers are now available on iOS. (49661347)


New updates are added on February 23, 2020: Apple has made the iPadOS 13.4 beta 2 update live for the users to download. Notably, this new update brings in a new Mail toolbar, support for iCloud folder sharing, a new ‘Shazam it’ button to identify songs, and some minor tweaks with the Apple CarPlay. In fact, there are some changes done to the location services as well.


iPad is a great tablet that provides all the features of the PC along with the mobility of the iPhone. You can use the iPad for desktop-like browsing experience on your tablet. Moreover, the iPadOS also provides all the features and functionality that you have on your desktop. And Apple has brought in the iPadOS 13.4 beta 1 that tags along a lot of new features for the iPad. And it would be better to test out the features if you have an iPad instead of just reading about the features. And if you are looking for ways to download the iPadOS 13.4 Beta 1 update on your iPad then, you are at the right place.

As in this post, we will guide you on how to download iPadOS 13.4 beta 1 on the iPad. However, note that since it is still in the beta stage it will come with serious bugs and issues which will be eventually rectified in the stable update when it will be made public. We would advise you to backup the data on your device before commencing with the procedure. So, without any further ado, let us get straight into the article itself:

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Pre-Requisites:

Method 1: How to install iPadOS 13.4 Beta 1 with Developer Account

Before we head-on with the procedure, note that you need to ensure that you have macOS Catalina installed on your Mac devices. With that being said, let us understand how to download the iPadOS 13.4 Beta 1 on iPad:

  1. Go to Apple Developers Page.
  2. Click on the Discover Tab.
  3. Now click on any of the operating system buttons.
  4. Tap on Download.
  5. You will be asked to log in using your developer’s username or password.
  6. Head to the iPadOS 13 beta section and tap the download.
  7. Click Close.
  8. Now open Settings.
  9. Tap on Profile Download.
  10. Tap on Install. (You may need to enter your Passcode)
  11. Press restart and that’s it!

Method 2: How to install iPadOS 13.4 Beta 1 using iTunes

  1. Go to Apple Developers Page.
  2. Click on the Discover Tab.
  3. Now click on any of the operating system buttons.
  4. Tap on Download.
  5. You will be asked to log in using your developer’s username or password.
  6. Head to the iPadOS beta section and download Restore Images.
  7. Click on the iPadOS restore image that matches your device.
  8. Now click on the Applications button at the top of the list of beta software.
  9. Click the Download button next to Xcode 11.
  10. Then, open iTunes on your Mac.
  11. Connect your iPhone to your Mac using the lightning cable.
  12. Click the iPad icon that appears in iTunes.
  13. While holding down the Option key on your Mac’s keyboard, click Check for Update.
  14. You need to tap on Downloads in the sidebar.
  15. Click on the iPadOS restore image.
  16. Now finally click Open.

Method 3: How to install iPadOS 13.4 Beta 1 without Developer Account

  1. Firstly, you need to download the beta profile from this link.
  2. Head over to the Settings.
  3. There will be a new Profile Downloaded menu right below your iCloud name.
  4. Click on Install and then you need to enter the password.
  5. Tap on Install and you need to tap on Install again.
  6. Once your iPad restarts, head over to Settings → General → Software Update.
  7. Here you will notice the iPadOS 13.4 beta 1 update, simply tap Download and Install to get started.
  8. That’s it!

Note that the installation will take some time and once it is done, you will have successfully installed the iPadOS Beta 1 on your iPad. So, there you have it from my side in this post. I hope you guys liked this post. Let us know in the comments below if you come across any issues while following the above-mentioned steps. Until the next post…Cheers!

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