Apple announced the new OS will be released next week. Here's what to expect from the update.

Apple's next iPhone update will arrive next week, the company announced Tuesday at its first event of the year.

iOS 15.4 has seen five beta versions and introduced AirTag anti-stalking alerts, a gender-neutral voice option for Siri, new emoji, updates to Face ID.

Apple hasn't announced an exact release date for iOS 15.4, but the company said the update would be available as a free upgrade next week.

The new green iPhone 13, the alpine green iPhone 13 Pro and the new iPhone SE will come with iOS 15.4 preloaded, according to Apple.

How do I download the iOS 15.4 beta?

You'll first need to sign up for Apple's Beta Software Program. Once you're in the program, download the configuration profile from Apple.

Then you should be able to find the latest beta version by going to Settings > General > Software update and selecting Download and Install.

As with every operating system beta, we recommend only downloading on a tester device, rather than your primary iPhone.