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Feb 27, 2020

Soon you can save iPhone with WiFi - iOS 13.4 beta 3 released all testers


Internet recovery instead of having to connect to Mac or PC.

Internet recovery instead of having to connect to Mac or PC.

Apple works with online help on iPhone and other iOS devices that are experiencing critical issues.

iOS 13.4 reveals one a big help if the accident is out
If the OS is truly damaged in any way, an iOS device must be connected to a PC or Mac and manually install the iOS version by downloading to the computer and then transferring to the device.

Fortunately, this will soon end, as iOS devices will work like a Mac: that is, it will download iOS directly from the web if something goes wrong.
The feature will likely work with the iPad, Apple Watch and maybe HomePod in the future. The code was found in iOS 13.4, which was released tonight in beta number three for developers.

Another cool feature is that one will also be able to restore iOS by connecting the device to another iPhone or iPad via USB.

13.4 has previously revealed CarKey

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