Apple today released the fifth developer beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. The last beta of iOS 13 fixed a number of bugs and stability issues and the fifth beta is expected to follow the same route.
With only around two months left for Apple to publicly release iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to the public, it makes sense that the company is now focusing on fixing bugs and ironing out other issues with the OSes instead of adding new features. If you were frustrated with the sheer number of bugs in the initial iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 beta build, you might want to give the latest beta a try as it a major step up in terms of stability.
Download iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 Beta 5
If you are already running iOS 13 Developer Beta 4 on your iPhone, you just need to go to Settings -> General -> Software Update and download the beta 5 OTA. The same steps are also applicable for downloading iPadOS 13 Beta 4.
Apple will also release the third public beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to developers later this week.
iOS 13 Features
iOS 13 comes with a number of major new features including a redesigned Reminders app, faster Face ID, system-wide Dark mode, improved Safari, and more.
1. Dark Mode
2. New Reminders App
There is a new smarter and enhanced Reminders app in iOS 13. It uses Natural Language Processing which makes it easier to add reminders and tasks.
3. Redesigned Volume HUD
4. Improved Safari
Safari has received a major update in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. It now features a dedicated Download manager which means one can now use the browser to download files.
On iPadOS 13, Safari will now load the desktop version of websites to offer a better browsing experience.
The stock keyboard in iOS 13 has finally gained gesture-based typing known as QuickPath. This is similar to the swipe-based typing experience offered by SwiftKey and Gboard.
➤ You can read more about all the new features in iOS 13 over here.
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