How to download iOS 13.1 beta for iPhone, iPads

by August 28, 2019 0 comments

In a surprising move, Apple has released iOS 13.1 beta ahead of iOS 13 release for iPhone, iPads and iPods. The iOS 13.1 beta focuses on bringing additional new features which are expected to be pushed to users later. Apple is planning to launch the iOS 13 on September 10.

If you have already signed up for Apple’s developer programme then the iOS 13.1 beta will be available to you via an over the air update. If you are on Wi-Fi, go to the Settings app, then to General tab and click on Software Update. It will show iOS 13.1 beta available to install, click on it to download and install.

For its September 190 event, while Apple is going big by launching new iPhones along with TV+, Apple Arcade and new iPads, it’s not yet clear as to why it will launch the iOS 13.1 first. A few media analysts are anticipating that Apple is doing so to make ensure everything is in place as soon as possible instead of letting iOS 13 go into the testing phase.

The upcoming iOS 13 first previewed at the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2019 in San Jose, California, features a dark mode, new tools to edit photos, using Apple ID to sign-in to apps and websites, and an all-new map that could make iPhone users uninstall Google Maps.

According to Apple, the iOS 13 is faster with improved app launch times, and brings optimisations in the system, reduces the sizes of app downloads. Here are the 5 best iOS 13 features

The iOS 13 developer preview is available to download to Apple Developer Programme members at

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