Apple has released a new public beta version for iOS 13, iPadOS, and tvOS. A public beta will be released after the developer beta, as the company will strive to remove most of the bugs before it is made available to customers. Since the developer beta was released a short while ago, it seems that there were fewer bugs than it was previously thought. The latest version of the upcoming iOS 13 comes with a wealth of new features.
Latest iOS 13 Beta Release Comes With Lots Of New Features and Changes
The refreshed volume indicator has a larger number of gradations between full volume and mute. Also, the fans of the Home app will have a selection of new wallpapers which are quite beautiful. The use of the Private mode in Safari will be visible in the bottom row of icons will be black in comparison to the classic blue theme. Users will also have the option to open a new tab without starting the app by long-pressing the icon.
The Activity app has been enhanced with a healthy amount of new Move goals, which should provide some motivation for working out. A new accessibility shortcut will allow users to enable the anticipated Dark mode with three rapid taps on the Home button.
The Photo App received a much-needed refresh, and it will now allow users to watch photos sorted by days, months, and years. The new Find My app blends the functionalities of the Find My iPhone and Find My Friends app, allowing owners to track the location of their devices even if they are not connected to the internet via Wi-Fi or mobile data.
Sign in with Apple has become one of the most anticipated features of the new update, as it will offer a new way to login on apps and websites without the need to rely on Facebook and Google for convenience.
iPadOS Beta Release Comes With Additional iPad-Centered Features
The iPadOS beta update shares many of the same traits as iOS 13 beta release, along with some iPad-focused changes. It is likely that stable versions of the new updates will be released in the following months.
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