Apple’s new iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 updates were eagerly awaited. The update adds new features to some apps. But at the center of the software package for iPhone and iPad is the fight against the coronavirus. Here are the details of iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 updates …

As it is known, Apple and Google are working together against the COVID-19 outbreak. Because this disease, which is on the agenda of the world, is a situation that will not benefit. The main theme of the update is to develop follow-up applications to help healthcare organizations.

Offering cross-platform support, this software works harmoniously between iPhones and Android devices. Only health organizations of the state can intervene in this software, which is closed to the development of third parties. Apple, which has recently come up with some privacy issues, explained that users should not have any doubts about this application and added that it is concerned with security vulnerabilities on the application.

Another new feature is related to Face ID. Face ID, which now detects the mask, will not bother trying to recognize your face. Realizing that the person is wearing a mask, the system will send the user directly to the password panel. This is good news in terms of not having your face read and trying to read again. In this way, fluency will be provided about the user experience.

Another change in iOS 13.5 came by Medical ID. The summary of this structure, which works in supported locations, is that when you make an emergency call from your phone, information about you will be transmitted to the other party automatically. There is no information on whether this works in our country, but we would like to see that this feature will be used actively in our country soon.

You can upgrade your iPhone or iPad to iOS 13.5 -the new version- as soon as possible. If you want, you can manually download your software from Settings> General> Software Update.