Looking to install the iOS 13 beta 1 on your iPhone? Or the new iPadOS 13 beta on your iPad Pro? Compared to the last few years, Apple has made this process a bit difficult. Up until last year, one could install a developer beta of iOS by simply downloading a configuration file and then downloading the OTA update that followed.
iOS 13 - iOS 13.5: The Definitive Guide
At the WWDC keynote, Apple finally revealed the new iOS 13 operating system for the iPhone. It’s choke full of little features and one or two big reveals. First of all, there’s a separate OS for iPad now, called iPadOS. We’ll be talking about that in a separate article. Here, we’ll run through a list of everything that’s new in iOS 13 for iPhone. We’ll be updating the list as we find out about new features.
Apple has seeded the first set of developer beta of iOS 13 for iPhones, iPads, and compatible iPod touch to developers. The public beta release of the OS is still a few weeks away and the initial beta release is strictly meant for developers.
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.
Apple today unveiled iOS 13 with a number of new features. The company will also seed the first developer beta of iOS 13 later today, though the public release is quite some time away. If you don’t want to install iOS 13 in its current buggy state and want to wait for the public release, you have quite a few months of waiting ahead of you.
In a fast-moving opening keynote of WWDC 2019, Apple unveiled iOS 13. The new version of the OS comes with a number of new features and even performance enhancements. What Apple did not mention during its keynote was the compatibility of the iOS 13 with existing iPhones.
Unlike iOS 12, iOS 13 is a major release packing plenty of new features to play around with. With iOS 12, Apple did not drop support for any of the older iPhones/iPads and instead, it ended up improving their performance. iOS 13 is a bit different in this regard. Due to the sheer number of new features it comes with, the OS drops support for some older iOS devices due to performance and resource constraints.
Apple today unveiled iOS 13 — the next major version of its mobile operating system for iPhones and iPads. After focusing primarily on speed and stability with iOS 12 last year, iOS 13 is a major feature-packed release, especially for the iPad.
Ahead of WWDC 2019’s opening keynote, a screenshot of the new Reminders app with the Dark mode enabled has been leaked on Twitter.
Ahead of WWDC early next week, Mark Gurman for Bloomberg has revealed some interesting tidbits about what we can expect at the event.