Signing in as a public tester for Apple's iOS gives you early access to features that most users will not see for months. But you are not the first – developers have priority when it comes to beta versions. This became apparent when they received 13.2 Beta 3, while public testers were still on Beta 2. Well, we public testers have finally caught up after Apple released iOS 13.2 Beta 3 Wednesday, October 16.
Apple released Dev Beta 3 at 1pm EDT earlier today, so we know everything there is to know about its public counterpart. That is unfortunately a lot of nothing. Public beta 3 appears to be mostly bugfixing for issues that are affecting public beta 2. If you remember, the public beta 2 brought a bunch of new emojis, in-app camera settings for iPhones 201
We typically use the release notes for a beta version to add the context for changes, errors, and so on. This time, however, Apple has decided to omit release notes. in the release notes. It's right there in the text: "There are no release notes for this software update." See the full "Release Notes" below:
Release Notes for iOS and iPadOS 13.2 Beta 3
Update your apps to take advantage of new features and test your apps based on API changes  Overview
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.
Download and install iOS 13.2 public beta 3, log in to Apple's beta page, download the configuration profile, install it, and then wirelessly upgrade it. If you already have the profile, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update to start installing the latest beta build. You can also wait until it is automatically installed when Automatic Updates is enabled.