The official release of iOS 13.4 (March 24) has been around for a week, andmedia reported that iOS 13.4.1 will soon start pushing for developers and in-house users, and turn it over in April. The report also noted that the development of iOS 13 features is basically over, and before the official release of iOS 14 in September, the iteration of iOS 13 focused on BUG fixes and new improvements in stability security.
In other words, iOS 13.5 is probably gone, replaced by iOS 13.4.4. In fact, it’s no surprise that the iOS 11 and iOS 12 eras didn’t advance to version 5.
Back at iOS 13.4.1, Apple is expected to address user feedback on personal hotspots, internet connections and other issues.
The first version of iOS 14 is scheduled to debut at WWDC in June, with the iPhone 12 series debuting in September (if not delayed), and Apple will be available online.
It’s also worth noting that the same source said that the Apple Watch 6 will support fingerprint ingress, tvOS will add parental controls and so on.