Apple has begun releasing the beta for developers of iOS 13, iPad, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 systems.
The updates arrive only two weeks after the third version of these systems, which improved FaceTime, mainly the mode of simulation of eye contact. Minor improvements to Notes and Health were also spotted.
Since the distribution of the update began today (17) only in the coming days we should see new features in the new software, if they exist even and are not focused exclusively on performance improvements and bug fixes.
Anyone with a developer profile with Apple just needs to go to the system settings, navigate to the “General” option, and then select “Software Update” to start the OTA process.
As you’ve seen here in Mobile Todo, the new version of the iPhone’s system brings news such as OS night mode, a redesigned gallery app with great editing features, a redesigned Find My App, and the new Look Around on Apple’s proprietary maps, which deliver 360-degree images in selected regions like Google Maps.
Already in terms of privacy, there are new features like Sign In With Apple, ensuring that companies will not be able to track you if it is not in your interest to receive personalized advertising and have your email box full of abusive marketing.
Keep in mind that beta versions include a number of bugs and are not released by focusing on the user’s full experience, but rather so Apple can collect data, discover new bugs, and then work on stable releases.