With iOS 13 undoubtedly right around the corner in its stable, polished, and hopefully bug-free form, Apple has yet to leave the previous version of its popular mobile operating system for dead, performing a little last-minute fine-tuning and housekeeping before the iPhone 11 family goes official.
The Walkie-Talkie app is functional again
But you don’t have to think about any of that anymore, as everything should go back to normal with the latest round of iOS and watchOS enhancements. The bug is quashed and Walkie-Talkie is up and running again.
iPhone migration and ECG for Canada
Judging from the order in which the new features and improvements are listed in the official changelog, Apple seems to consider something else as the iOS 12.4 headliner. Namely, an iPhone migration add-on allowing users to wirelessly transfer data and “migrate directly” from an old device to a new one during setup. Sounds like a basic but oh-so-convenient feature that will save you the hassle of restoring your data from iCloud or iTunes.
Other small tweaks, but no Apple Card support…?
Apart from all these arguably major new features, enhancements, and security fixes, the latest iOS and watchOS updates bring some minor and generic stuff to the table too, like various Apple News improvements and other solutions for unspecified glitches. One highly anticipated feature that’s completely unmentioned, however, is official Apple Card functionality.