The release of iPadOS 13 must have surprised quite a few people as leaks had not pointed to Apple branching out iPad for OS into iPadOS. The new OS for the iPad comes with a number of new features and just like iOS 13, it also drops support for older iPads.
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.
Apple surprised everyone by splitting iPad for iOS into iPadOS. That does make a lot of sense especially since iPadOS 13 comes with a number of new features. If you are looking to download and install iPadOS on your iPad, find the download links for the IPSW below.
As a last-minute leak had claimed, Apple today announced at WWDC 2019 that it is renaming iOS for the iPad to iPadOS. The move is a surprising one