Final Versions ($ 1,000 on Amazon) and iPad (249 USD in Walmart) You come to your way this fall, but now you can get a jump on whatever the OS is offering. The public beta is open to anyone who wants to test the early operating system architecture that will run on iPhone devices ($ 1,000 on Amazon) and iPads (249 USD in Walmart) later this year. So, this year we have two different versions iOS, One, , is for the iPhone and iPod Touch, another, iPadOS 13, dedicated to the iPad and brings with it new multitasking features and desktop-class version of Safari."with and software for your iPhone devices
Both software updates contain a long list of new features, such as the official one, new and improved , Apple also announced during his .
While public bets, as we have said, are open to anyone who wants to turn them around, there are some things to be aware of.
Remember, that's beta
Over the years, the beta program for the upcoming iOS release has become more stable. However, this is called a beta version with a reason – is not complete. Applications will crash, battery will run terribly and common accidental restraints are not unclear.
If you want to test iOS 13, get in knowing that you're testing beta software and doing the same – and Apple's feedback service through Feedback.
You can not (easily) come back
In addition to being prepared to deal with bugs and accidental problems, you must know that you can, but you can not back up from the backup that you made with your iOS device 13.
So with that in mind, it's good to back up your device as it is before you switch to beta. That's the best wayand .
Which devices are supported?
According to Apple, the following devices can participate in iOS 13 or iPadOS beta:
Devices that support iOS 13, iPadOS 13
12.9-inch iPad Pro
iPhone XS Max
11-inch iPad Pro
10.5-inch iPad Pro
9.7-inch iPad Pro
iPad (6th generation)
iPhone 8 Plus
iPad (5th generation)
iPad Mini (5th Generation)
iPhone 7 Plus
iPad Mini 4
iPad Air (Third Generation)
iPhone 6S Plus
iPad Air 2
iPod Touch (7th generation)
Ready? Here's how to install iOS 13
Visit Apple's Beta software on your computer. You will need to sign up using the Apple ID and then choose iOS or iPadOS. The program will run you by creating a backup of your iPhone or iPad – not just look at it and continue, create a backup immediately – then you'll need to download and install the beta profile. You can visit this connection on your iPhone or iPad to download the profile.
After downloading your profile, open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Your profile will show right below your name. Touch the profile and then approve the installation. Your device will restart after adding a profile, after which you can go to items > General > Software update download and install iOS 13.
Of course, if you have a paid Developer account, you can still find the appropriate installation profiles on the Developer website.
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Originally released on June 3rd.
Update, June 27 at 7:06 pm PT: Adds information about downloading and installing Apple's beta program.
Update, June 29, June 30
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