Apple has announced plans to release the second public beta version of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 for its users.
Apple released the first public beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS late last month and is now launching a second public beta. Apple’s public beta program is a good option for regular users who want to try it out before the stable launch of iOS 13’s upcoming fall. Those who have signed up to participate in Apple’s beta testing program will need to get iOS 13 and / or iPadOS updates on their devices. However, those who want to join the program can do so on Apple’s beta testing website. Users can sign-up to get beta access for iOS, iPadOS, macOS and tvOS.
Apple has announced new iOS 13, iPadOS and macOS Catalina during its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC 2019) event. The new OS for iPads, including the 12.9-inch, 11-inch, 10.5-inch and 9.7-inch models, is only available for the iPad Pro. Fifth generation and newer iPads are also supported, including the iPad mini (fourth generation and newer) and the iPad Air (second generation and above). iOS 13 Beta Build is available for iPhone 6 Plus and above, iPhone SE and iPod 7th gen. Those currently testing the first public beta can go to the Updates section of their device’s settings for the public beta 2 update.
iOS 13 brings many new features to Apple devices such as performance improvements, dark mode, privacy enhancements, quick-way swiping action for keyboards, a redesigned reminder app, new message and memoji stickers, new updates to Siri, AirPods and radio features. Including support for. There are many more iOS 13 features that you can check out here.
For the new iPadOS, it is said to bring a new level of functionality to the iPads. It displays apps in multiple spaces and comes with App Exposure, a redesigned home screen that changes app layouts and adds widgets to the home screen. Users can expand their workspace using the iPad as an enhanced display. You can learn more about the new features that come with iPadOS here.