Apple have just released the fifth betas of iOS 13, iPadOS, and tvOS to all Apple developers. At the moment, Apple have not released the fifth betas for macOS Catalina or watchOS 6, but we will be sure to update this post if they do.
iOS 13 brings some super cool new features to the iPhone, such as QuickType keyboard, Dark Mode, live lyrics in Apple Music, and more. iPadOS is the new operating system for the iPad, and it beings some new things such a new a new home screen with smaller icons, a new widgets view, external storage support and much more.
The Apple Developer Beta allows you to test pre-release iOS, macOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS firmwares before it launches to the public in the Fall. The Apple Developer license costs $99 a year, do get a lot more from that price than just access to pre-release software. By gaining a developer license, you are given the ability to publish apps on the App Store and much more.
Of course, if you don’t want to pay the $99 a year, but you still want to test pre-release Apple software, you can sign up for the iOS 13 Public Beta by signing up for Apple Developer with your Apple ID. It’s free to do so, so I would recommend it if you want to beta test Apple Software! Of course, I would not recommend installing this beta on your own main devices and these pre-release firmwares are always filled with bugs, glitches, and other faults you would not normally experience day-to-day.
We’ll be making post with all of the new features that we have found in iOS 13, so stay tuned for that!