Apple kicks off the week by making another beta of iOS 13 and other systems available for its product line.
Next to it are iPadOS beta 5, as well as unstable new versions for watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 developers.
From history we can imagine that the system of iPhones can receive 11 updates until its stable and public version is released, which should happen in September, with the arrival of new smartphones. IOS 12 had this number of devs versions before it became official.
Who has a programmer account on the Apple platform can now search for news via OTA. No major features have been discovered that have been implemented with the update, which may be restricted to security and stability improvements.
What’s New in iOS 13
The new version of the iPhone’s system brings news such as OS night mode, a revamped gallery app with great editing features, a redesigned Find My App and the new Look Around Apple’s proprietary maps that deliver 360-degree imagery in select regions as well as Google Maps.
In terms of privacy, there’s news like Sign In With Apple, ensuring that companies won’t be able to track you down if it’s not in your best interest to receive personalized advertising and to have your email box filled with abusive marketing.