iOS 13 vs iOS 12: here’s what changed

iOS 13 has now landed in public beta form today, meaning that if you’re feeling adventurous you can download it now.

The question you’ve got to ask yourself is whether it’s worth the bugs and instability to get on board early, and to help answer that we’ve compared iOS 13 with iOS 12, so you can see exactly what’s new and different. iOS 13 has most of the stuff iOS 12 has, but it also has a whole lot more, and lots of improvements, as you’ll see below.

We’ve also highlighted which devices each version is actually available for, and when those less adventurous Apple users will be able to join the party.

iOS 13 vs iOS 12: availability and compatibility

The iOS 13 public beta is available now, with the final, finished release likely to land sometime in September, alongside the iPhone 11 range. iOS 12 of course is available in full, finished form already, and if you have an iOS device then chances are that’s what it’s running.

iOS 13 won’t be compatible with all devices that can run iOS 12 though. You need an iPhone 6S or iPhone SE or later, or an iPod Touch 7th Gen. That notably counts out the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, all of which can run iOS 12.


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