The main change in this update comes in the form of support for the trackpad in (iPadOS), which allows the use of Bluetooth devices and (USB) devices, including: (Magic Trackpad) and (Magic Mouse) and (Logitech MX Master), with compatible iPad computers With improved user experience (UX) compared to previous versions.
The company has completely redesigned the trackpad support on iPad with iPadOS 13.4 instead of copying the experiment from macOS, and the operating system now displays a new mouse pointer, which is ideal for tasks such as editing a spreadsheet, selecting text, or doing everything directly from Trackpad.
It can be moved smoothly using familiar touch gestures, such as scrolling to return to the home menu and switching between spaces, and Apple designed the mouse pointer to facilitate the use of mouse devices and the trackpad even with applications that were not designed to be used with the pointer, and the update also adds support for the Magic Keyboard extension New with integrated trackpad.
The rest of the changes are shared between (iOS) and (iPadOS), and that includes sharing the (iCloud Drive) folder from the Files app, and it was assumed that the feature to share (iCloud Drive) with the operating system (iOS 13) issued last fall, but Apple delayed until the spring.
The iCloud Drive Folder Sharing feature is similar to the basic feature of Dropbox, allowing to share the folder once, and enables everyone to see the contents of this folder when changing it.
There are also 9 new Memoji stickers, always visible controls for deleting, transferring, answering and creating in the mail app, improvements to (CarPlay), with support for third-party navigation app, full-screen phone calls, and blocking of cookies by A third in Safari browser, and support for predictive writing in Arabic.