Earlier today, Apple released the third beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. Apart from bug fixes and stability improvements, the latest developer beta adds a bunch of minor UI tweaks and changes.
Apple today released the second developer beta of iPadOS 13 for all compatible iPads. If you are not a developer and are looking to download the iPadOS 13 beta 2 IPSW file, grab it from here.
Apple today released the second developer beta of iOS 13 for all compatible iPhones. The new beta should come with a number of bug fixes that were reported by all developers and advanced users since the first beta dropped.
Soon after the opening WWDC 2019 keynote ended, Apple released the first developer beta of iOS 13. As the name indicates, this developer beta is meant only for developers. However, given the sheer number of new features and changes that iOS 13 packs, many advanced users must be itching to install the OS on their iPhone or iPad. If you are in the same boat, I am here to spoil the party for you by giving you some reasons for not installing the iOS 13 beta on your iPhone right away.
Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 13 to developers and advanced users today. Being a beta — and the first one at that — it is not without its own set of issues and bugs. There are plenty of bugs and stability issues and if you are thinking of installing the iOS 13 developer beta on your iPhone/iPad, you should be aware of such bugs.
With the Powerbeats Pro up for pre-orders and the first batch of shipments expected to make its way to the hands of customers within the next few days, the first set of reviews of the wireless earbuds are out. The Powerbeats Pro is an interesting product from Apple since they are notably superior to the more popular AirPods in many ways and offer a number of features which consumers wished were available on the latter.
Last month, Apple rolled out Apple News+ where it aims to offer subscribers an all-you-can-eat subscription to popular magazines and newspapers. Apple is building Apple News+ on its Texture acquisition which offered a similar option to its subscribers.
Next week on Monday, Apple will be holding “It’s Show Time” event at the Steve Jobs Theather in Apple Park. This will be Apple’s first event with the focus squarely on services. This means, there are not going to be any new hardware product announcements from Apple at the event. Instead, Apple will be talking about its upcoming video streaming and Apple News Magazines subscription services.
The first set of iPad mini reviews are out and they praise the mini iPad for its improved performance and the form factor. For a tablet of its size, the iPad mini has no competition. While the markets for such small tablets might be small, Apple essentially dominates it with the iPad mini 5 as no other tablet comes close to it in terms of experience.
With 2018 coming to an end, now is perhaps the time to look back at all the products Apple released this year. This year was a particularly busy one for Apple as it held three events and announced over 10+ products including 3 iPhones.