Apple pushed Apple iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 GM version firmware today.
Users can download iOS as well as iPadOS 13.5 from Apple Developer Center or OTA after installing the correct developer profile.
iOS13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 introduce a new Coronation Notification API designed by Apple and Google, which Apple introduces will be used for health-related apps and will have a toggle button in the settings designed to allow users to choose to turn COVID-19 notifications on/off with the COVID-19 app installed.
iOS 13.5 also makes it easier for users to unlock their iPhones with a passcode while wearing a mask: the passcode interface pops up faster when the iPhone detects that the mask is covering their face.
In iOS 13.5 as well as iPadOS 13.5 Apple introduced a new toggle switch to disable some FaceTime features.
FaceTime automatically zooms in on the location of the person who is speaking. The default FaceTime has a dynamic view, where everyone has a "block" and the person speaking tends to have a relatively large block. After updating the system, users can disable FaceTime's automatic highlighting feature by setting.
Apple has also added a new feature in iOS 13.5, a feature that automatically shares medical ID information with dispatchers when users make emergency calls.
Apple has set a switch to enable this feature, as well as an option to allow Medical ID information to be shared on the lock screen when the iPhone is locked.
iOS 13.5 also patches two security vulnerabilities that affect the Mail app on iPhones and iPads: one vulnerability allows attackers to remotely control iOS devices by sending memory-hungry emails, while the other allows remote code execution.