Apple has released today the first public beta of its upcoming iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 operating systems for supported iPhone and iPad devices through the company’s Apple Beta Software Program.
Announced earlier this month duringApple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) 2019 event, the iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 operating systems for iPhone, iPod, and iPad devices are now avaiable for public beta testing. This means that anyone who wants to install them can do so right now without needing an Apple Developer account.
Both iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 are very similar in features, promising a long-anticipated Dark Mode, up to 60 percent smaller updates, up to 30 percent faster FaceID unlocks, twice as fast launching of apps compared to previous releases, a completely revamped Reminders app, and new ways to navigate the world with Maps.
They also bring the ability to sign in to apps and websites with your Apple ID as a unique identifier, support for third-party apps in the CarPlay app, new ways to browse the Internet with Safari, including a desktop mode for Safari on iPad devices, improved location services, and lots of new privacy features.
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