Apart from releasing the beta profile of iOS 13, Apple also released the beta profile of iPadOS. This means advanced users and developers can install iPadOS 13 on their compatible iPad running iOS 12 without having to download the entire IPSW file.
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Apple might not have released the beta profile of iOS 13 when it dropped the first developer beta earlier this month. However, with the release of the second developer beta, Apple has made the developer profile available which means advanced users can easily install iOS 13 beta 2 on their iPhone via an OTA update.
Despite all the warnings from Apple, you ended up installing iOS 13 beta on your iPhone? Or took the new iPadOS 13 for a spin on your iPad? While the new features are nice to play with, there are simply too many bugs in iOS 13 that it cannot be used on one’s daily driver. If you are done playing around with iOS 13 beta on your iPhone and are now looking to downgrade it back to iOS 12.3, follow this guide.
Looking to install iPadOS developer beta on your iPad or iPad Pro? Well, the first thing you need to know is that you will have to download the entire IPSW file as the old beta profile hack no longer works. If you are still determined on installing iPadOS on your iPad, follow this guide.
Apart from the first developer beta of iOS 13, Apple also released the first developer beta of watchOS 6. The latest version of watchOS comes with several new watch faces, a standalone App Store, and more. If you are interested in trying out watchOS 6, you don’t need to wait for its public release until September. You can install the watchOS 6 developer beta on your Apple Watch right away by following the steps in this guide.
Just like last year, Apple has released the first developer beta of iOS 13 for developers and advanced users. iOS 13 comes with a number of new features and its likely that many users would like to try out the release now in its unfinished state instead of waiting until September for the public release. If you are looking to install iOS 13 beta on your iPhone or iPad but don’t have a developer account, worry not. Follow this guide to install the iOS 13 beta on your iPhone right away.
WWDC 2019 is going to be packed with some major announcements from Apple. After focusing on performance and stability with iOS 12 last year, iOS 13 is expected to introduce a number of new features and enhancements. watchOS 6 is also expected to make the Apple Watch a more powerful standalone wearable. Just like last year, Apple is holding its yearly developer conference at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. The opening keynote is scheduled to start at 10:00 am local time on June 3.
Snapchat takes screenshots very seriously. If you take a screenshot of a snap in DM, it will notify the user immediately. If you take a screenshot of a public story, it will be visible in their stats screen. And on the iPhone, there are no reliable third-party tools to secretly screenshot or save a Snapchat story. But there are a couple of workarounds and tricks that still work. Read on to find out how to secretly screenshot Snapchat Stories on iPhone.
Because of the platform advantage, Apple Music works better on the iPhone and iPad. But like me, you might still prefer Spotify’s app design and playlist curation. So you end up using two services for two different purposes. But what happens if you want to open a Spotify song or album in Apple Music without the manual search. Thankfully there’s a shortcut for that. Here’s how you can open Spotify link directly in Apple Music using Shortcuts.
While quite a lot of new Android phones come with a call recorder feature built-in, iPhone doesn’t have such a feature. In fact, you won’t find a traditional call recorder app on the App Store either. But that doesn’t mean you can’t record phone calls on your iPhone. There are a couple of ways to get the job done. Read on to find out how to record calls on the iPhone.