While available in the testing phase, Apple has just released the final version of iOS 12.4 to all users. This is a major update that brings together some interesting news, mainly highlighting a new method to transfer data from an old iPhone to a new one. Now it is possible to do it wirelessly; The new model will be responsible for running this process in its original configuration.

In addition, the operating system includes some improvements to Apple News, a service that is still available for a limited number of passes. Downloaded logs can now be viewed in My Logs whether the device is connected to the Internet or not. You can also exclude various journal publications to free up space.

Of course, iOS 12.4 fixes various bugs reported by the community. Most important is a security bug in the Apple Watch’s Walkie-Talkie app, allowing you to listen to audio captured by an alien iPhone. This has been fixed.

Those in Cupertino were forced to deactivate the app when they discovered the vulnerability, however it is available again with an update.

This version is expected to include support for Apple Map .

iOS 12.4 will be the last major update before the imminent release of iOS 13, which will have more and better features.