July Clover for MacRumors:  Apple gave today released the fourth public beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS to its public beta testing group, two weeks after sowing the third public beta and a day after seeding the fifth developer beta.
The fifth developer beta, which is identical to the fourth public beta, brought new iPad home screen options, Share sheet updates, new Move targets in the Activity app, updated volume controls and more. For a complete list of changes, be sure to check out what's new in the beta 5 article.
MacDailyNews Take: It's nice to have iPad home screen options, no matter how limited, but we would much prefer if the Mac Finder desktop icon layout options were available on the iPad. Make them an option, at least for iPad users who want to see, organize and arrange icons to suit their needs, instead of stuck with Apple's rather Fisher-Price-esque "More" or "Bigger" options which is currently seen in iPadOS public beta.