Some time ago we saw Apple unveiling the new version of its operating systems for the most diverse products in its portfolio. Soon after, she began releasing the first beta for developers of this software.
Today, it releases the sixth beta of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13, which arrive just nine days after the previous one, releasing new versions faster and earlier.
Usually, these Apple betas are published every two weeks after the distribution of the last. As the public release gets closer, they get more frequent. And when iPhones are announced, usually in the second week of September, Golden Master versions are released, and public release begins just over a week after that.
As this is a pre-trial version, keep in mind that there are still some issues with this operating system, even if it is not serious and may affect the experience in a totally negative way.
Among the bugs that can be found is one where the iPhone, for example, does not correctly represent the state of locally stored files.
If you are already running a beta for developers, with the release of the sixth beta, you can access them via OTA like any other update. Those in the public beta should wait a little longer, and possibly updates for iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS should be released very soon.