Apple today released the eighth beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 for developers. The latest beta likely focus on fixing the underlying bugs with the OS and various system apps as Apple prepares iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 for their public release in the second half of September. Apart from these bug fixes though, the latest beta builds also come with a number of other changes and enhancements which we have mentioned below.
As we near Apple’s September launch events new reports with details about the upcoming devices are trickling in. The latest is a report from Digitimes which walks us through all the new stuff we can expect from the 2019 iPhones. Digitimes also confirms certain features which were also mentioned in previous reports.
Apple is expected to pull the wraps from the new iPhones and Apple Watch in September. The rumors are rife and hinting at new features and functionality. ChargerLab claims that Apple will finally ditch the traditional charger in favor of Type-C USB. It suggests that Apple will also offer lightning to USB-C cable.
Reports have been hinting at an iPhone with Apple Pencil support since last year. Now a case maker claims that Apple is likely to launch a small pencil with the upcoming iPhones.
Apple today seeded the eighth beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to developers. This beta comes a week after Apple had dropped the beta 7 of the OSes.
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As we near Apple’s September launch event, new iPhones, Mac and Apple Watch have been listed on the Eurasian database. The database has been accurate previously and the new filings with the Eurasian Economic Commission reveal the model number as well. The Eurasian Commission mandates fillings before releasing any encrypted device in the region.
A new report once again claims that Apple is testing OLED panels from Chinese display supplier BOE for future iPhones.
Apple has decided to delay its new rule of banning the use of third-party trackers in apps for kids on the App Store following developer backlash. The rule would have also heavily restricted the ability of developers to show ads in their apps.
Ahead of its rumored release in November, more details about Apple’s upcoming Apple TV+ subscription service has been revealed.