A new day, a new beta, right? Well, that's not always the case. Apple may be quite inconsistent with beta versions. In the past, a beta version was almost guaranteed every two weeks. These updates can be done anytime these days. Consider today's release, iOS 13.2 Developer Beta 4, which will be released one week after the release of Dev Beta 3.
Apple released the fourth Developer Beta for 13.2 at 13:00. EDT (10 am PDT), the usual release time for beta seeds. Note that this update only applies to developers. If you're a public beta tester, you'll have to wait for Apple to release public beta 4. EDT (1 pm PDT) today or 1 pm EDT tomorrow, although Apple may be unpredictable in terms of public beta.
What Beta 4 means for the 1
As soon as Apple releases the release notes for Dev Beta 4, we may get more insight into the reasons behind this update. However, Apple did not have much to say in the release notes for Beta 3. Read the following information:
Release Notes for iOS and iPadOS 13.2 Beta 3
Update Your Apps Use new features and test your apps against API changes.
The SDK for iOS and iPadOS 13.2 supports the development of apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS and iPadOS 13.2. The SDK comes with the beta version of Xcode 11.2, which is available through the beta software downloads. For Xcode 11.2 Beta compatibility requirements, see the Release Notes for Xcode 11.2 Beta.
There are no release notes for this software update.
To upgrade your iPhone to iOS 13.2 dev beta 4, you must be a registered developer. You can use the recovery image for your iPhone, available on the Developer Portal (install with iTunes or Finder), or install the configuration profile and then update wirelessly. If you already have the profile installed on your iPhone, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update to start installing the latest beta build, or wait for it to automatically install when "Automatic Updates" is installed. is activated.