Undoubtedly, iOS 13 dominated the discussion in the Apple community this month. Since the announcement and release of the first developer beta, we have given iPhone users a wealth of new features and changes to explore and discuss. Now the fun continues with iOS 13 dev beta 2. Who is ready to start the conversation again?
Remember that this is not the public beta. So far, Apple has only released the iOS 13 beta for developers. If you think, "Wait, I'm not a developer, but I use iOS 13 …", it's because Apple Developer Accounts only provide direct access to the iOS 13 IPSW file. You probably have a friend who is a developer, or you took an extra step to find the IPSW file somewhere on the World Wide Web.
Since this second launch of iOS 1
To download your iPhone and upgrade to iOS 13 dev beta 2, you must be a registered developer with a valid configuration profile. You then need to download the profile for Beta 2 from the Apple developer's Web site, either through the iPhone in Safari or another browser. Your system asks if you want to install the profile. Say yes. "You may need to restart your iPhone, in both cases you will find the profile under" Settings "->" General "->" Profiles. "Then you can search for" OTA updates "in the" Software Update "section Beta 2. You can also easily download the recovery image.
iOS 13 is released in this Fall's packed with new features – the system-wide dark mode is a personal favorite, but also blocking robocalls, taking screenshots of web pages and setting the desktop view in Safari.