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Two weeks after seeding first public betas and a week following the third developer beta, Apple today published the iOS 13 and iPadOS 2 public betas to its public beta test group. The open beta provides non-developers with the opportunity to test iOS 13 before its next launch date in the fall. MacRumors reported on their website.
After installing the right certificate on an iOS device, beta testers who have registered for Apple’s beta testing program will receive an iOS 13 beta over-the-air update.
If you wish to enter the beta testing program, you can register with Apple’s beta testing site that provides links for users to iOS, macOS and tvOS betas.
Make sure a fully encrypted iTunes backup or iCloud backup is created before loading a beta. The best thing to do is to put iOS 13 on a secondary smartphone because beta is not always reliable.
iOS 13 is a significant overhaul of iOS, which is available on iPhones and iPads. This year, Apple introduced a separate OS for iPad called the iPadOS.
In almost every sense iPadOS is the same as iOS 13, though some specific features like new multitasking features are available. Most of them maintain the same functionality with the two operating systems.
iOS 13 gives you a lengthy roster of new features. Dark mode changes the entire element of your system from light to dark, and an enhanced Photos App allows you to relive your memories via new look for days, months and years.
A new interface for photo editing makes it easier to edit pictures than before and some more tools and options for editing the intensity of built-in filters. For the first time, you can edit a video in Photos app, and on the newest iPhones, you can adjust the intensity of the Portrait Lighting effects by using a HighKey Mono light effect.
There is a somewhat less persistent volume display, a new Find My App which brings Find My iPhone and Find My Friends together to monitor your phones even without an LTE or WiFi connectivity.
Sign in with Apple feature (still inactive) allows you to easily access and enter data safely in applications and websites, providing an alternative to Facebook and Google sign in.
Maps have a new street-level “Look Around” and Collections to list your favourite locations. Reminders have been fully modified to make them more meaningful, messages with new Memojis and Animoji stickers have the portrait feature, and Siri has a new tone.
Read our last post to learn how to install the beta OS.
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