Apple releases the developer beta 7 for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13, and watchOS 6. It’s available for download over-the-air on eligible devices or via Apple’s Developer Center on the web. As the name suggests, these beta updates are only meant to registered developers. There is news for the availability of public beta too.
iOS 13 is the latest version of Apple’s operating system and was unveiled in June this year at the WWDC 2019. It comes accompanied with a bunch of new features such as system-wide dark mode, improved UI, updated security and privacy features, new Apple Maps, improved camera modes, among other things.
It’s worth noting that this year with iOS 13, Apple split the iOS into two parts, one designed for iPhone and another one for iPad. The iPad version called iPadOS and comes with features like new multitasking capabilities and more.
Siri is now more intelligent and can now play music, podcasts, audiobooks, and radio with third‑party apps. You can also ask Siri to tune in to your favorite radio station and most importantly Siri has a new Indian English voice.
The latest beta of iOS 13 also hints the possible date for Apple’s iPhone 11 event. First spotted by iHelpBR website, the mage added in the latest version of the system shows the date September 10, Tuesday, on the system home screen which seems to be a Calendar app.
Check out the image below:
At the top, you can see the asset named “HoldForRelease.” This suggests that the iPhone 11 should, in fact, be announced on September 10 this year. Interestingly, the images that are used for older iPhones and iPads that will receive iOS 13 show the date September 23, on a Monday.
Despite all these, we can say it for sure because Apple has not said anything as of now regarding the iPhone 11 launch date. Therefore, we are advising our readers to take it with a pinch of salt.