iOS 13 will be coming on the fall likely in September when new iPhones will be releasing but you can try it early with the public beta. It is expected to arrive in July, Apple’s just released the first public beta version of iOS 13 for iPhone SE, iPhone 6S (and newer) and iPod touch (7th-generation). iOS 13 will be coming on the fall likely in September when new iPhones will be releasing but you can try it early with the public beta. It is expected to arrive in July, Apple’s just released the first public beta version of iOS 13 for iPhone SE, iPhone 6S (and newer) and iPod touch (7th-generation).
iPadOS, which is based on iOS 13, is also available as a public beta for the devices like 9.7-inch iPad (5th- and 6th-generation), iPad Air 2 and 3, iPad mini 4 and 5, and all iPad Pros. The news was announced at WWDC, iOS 13 that includes several major additions for the user that include a dark mode, a redesigned Photos app, Sign-in with Apple, more detailed and accurate Apple Maps, and more customizable Emoji.
In addition to this, the software update comes with hundreds of smaller and very welcome tweaks like all-new volume control, Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth devices that can be selected from Control Center along with the optimized battery charging.
Another significant change that is least talked about iOS 13 feature is the overhauled search for iMessage.
Downloading and Installing the iOS 13
To download and install the iOS 13 public beta is very easy. Before you install this it is highly recommended to back up your device to prevent any potential data loss. It is a fact that the update will not go smoothly so it is always better to be safe than sorry.
You can back up your compatible iOS device wirelessly using iCloud or wired through iTunes on a Mac. Moving on, you’ll need to sign up and enroll your device through Apple’s public beta website. If you have previously tested your Apple beta software, then you can just sign in.
Once your device is enrolled, then open up Safari and go to beta.apple.com/profile and click the “Download profile” button. Next, you have to Tap on “Download Profile” and then the “Install” button. You might be asked to reboot your device. If so, then restart your device and then afterward go to Settings > General > Software Update and tap “Download and Install.”
After this, you will have to wait for the public beta to finish installing.
iOS 13 public beta is still a work in progress and it will be buggy. The first public beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS is based on the developer beta 2 of iOS 13.
If you only have one device, then it is recommended to wait until Apple releases the consumer version of iOS 13 in the fall. Most of the bugs will get plugged and features will get polished with the time.