Technology giant Apple has released the third public beta of iOS 13, tvOS 13, iPad OS, and macOS Catalina. You must create an encrypted iTunes and iCloud backup before installing the beta versions. It is also important to note that the iOS 13 update will not work on older iPhones.
iOS 13 developer beta 4 includes several changes including some UI tweaks and security updates. The update is available for beta testers who have signed up for Apple’s beta testing program. The update will be pushed as an over-the-air (OTA) release. Those who want to receive the iOS beta updates need to sign up on Apple’s beta testing website.
What’s new in iOS 13?
iOS 13 is similar to the iPadOS, except for a few iPad specific features. The iOS 13 comes with several new features. Shifting from the light to dark mode is now easier. Even the Photos app comes with a completely overhauled design. You can relive your memories with new Days, Months, and Years viewing options.
Photos app gets a new edition options that makes it easier to edit photos than ever before. There are various new tools to work with and options to edit the intensity of built-in filters. Photos now also support editing the videos using the same interface. Apple has introduced new high-key mono lighting effect and adjustment option of Portrait Lightning effects.
The volume HUD is now less obstructive. The new Find My iPhone app and Find My Friends app let you track devices even with if the other device is not connected to an internet connection. Apple is experimenting with the ‘Sign-in with Apple’ option, which is similar to Google or Facebook sign-in options. This is supposed to make it easier for users to sign-in to websites and offers data safety. Apple wants to offer this as an alternative to existing sign-in options.