With the latest official update for the iPhone, iOS 13.2, 22 new features and changes have been introduced in the iOS 13 era, building on the enhancements of iOS 13.1 and iOS 13. It's time to take a first look at the next iPhone and iOS developments as Apple releases Beta 1 for iOS 13.3 developers today, Tuesday, November 5th. t something new. Apple has discontinued this update at 13:00. EST (10:00 am PST), the traditional release time for developer betas. Speaking of which, this update is only for registered developers. If you're a public tester, you'll need to wait for the public beta launch before you dive into 13.3. Apple usually releases the first public beta versions for critical updates the day after the beta version of the developer (tomorrow at 1
With iOS 13.1 and 13.2 providing so many new features for iPhones, we expect iOS 13.3 to follow in their footsteps (albeit in some ways). However, we still have no details about these features and changes, as Apple has just started to import the software. Once we've sunk our teeth into Beta 1, we'll report any change we find.
Apple's release notes also contain important information about these changes, especially regarding developers and bugs. The following information will be published as soon as Apple publishes the notes.
Find the Release Notes for 13.3 Beta 1.
To upgrade your iPhone to iOS 13.3 dev Beta 1, 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.
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