iOS 13 introduces a swathe of new features and improvements, including a systemwide Dark Mode, a Find My app, a revamped Photos app and new Camera capabilities, new Siri voice, updated privacy features, new street-level view for Maps, and more.
That said, iOS 13 is pre-release software, so installing the Public Beta on a secondary device is highly recommended. The stability of beta software cannot be guaranteed, as it often contains bugs and issues that have yet to be ironed out, so installing it on your day-to-day device isn’t advised.
Is iOS 13 Compatible With My iPhone or iPod touch?
Apple’s list of compatible devices confirms that iOS 13 is compatible with all of these iPhones:
Installing the Public Beta shouldn’t take longer than half an hour, but first you should create a backup of your device’s contents and settings. The following step-by-step instructions are given for iPhone, but apply to iPod touch just the same.
How to Create a…