The iOS 13.4 Beta update’s code revealed that Apple is developing a new update that will soon let the iOS users recover their devices without using a Mac. Yes, until now, we have to use a Mac or iTunes to recover the iOS device. But soon, Apple users will be able to recover their devices on their own.
The new feature will be called over-the-air recovery feature. This new feature will be exclusively available for iPhone and iPad devices. The new recovery feature was first spotted by 9to5Mac in the hidden code of the latest iOS 13.4 Beta update.
The hidden OS Recovery mode will let the users restore an iPhone without connecting to the PC system or using iTunes. Not just iPhones, but all the other Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, HomePod. All the Apple devices will be updated within the respective device.
Right now, you have to restore the Apple device to its default OS by connecting it to the PC system. If you have found any issues with your existing device, then you have to connect your device with the PC or Mac using the iTunes.
We all know that Apple devices such as HomePod and Apple Watch which don’t have connection option to connect them to the PC systems. There’s no way to restore these devices to their default Operating System. But soon after the availability of this OS Recovery feature, users of these devices will also be able to restore these devices.
macOS Internet Recovery option is recently made available for the users of macOS. This feature allows the Mac system users to restore their systems without the need for external software or tools or connecting apps.
Apparently, there’s no official word on the availability of this new OS Recovery feature available from the officials. However, the new OS Recovery feature will be there to update your device with an over-the-air update or let you connect it with another iOS device for restoration. We will get to know more about this new feature in the coming days.
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