Today, Apple released the fifth public beta of iOS 13, their newest operating system for the iPhone. iOS 13 brings some nifty new features to Apple’s operating system, such as a Dark Mode, lyrics in Apple Music, faster Face ID, and much much more. This is following the sixth developer beta that launched yesterday, and brought some small new features and changes to the iPhone.
The Apple Public Beta is a developer licence that allows you to test pre-release iOS, macOS, iPadOS, and tvOS firmwares for free, unlike the Apple Developer license which costs $99 a year. 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, be careful when signing up as this is still beta software, and it is not ready, stable, or safe enough to use for the majority of users. I would advise installing it onto non-main iOS devices, but as for main devices, stay clear until the main release in September. Even Apple is warning people to be careful with this beta.
It should be noted that this public beta is arriving at different times for each device. My second iPhone has received it already yet my primary iPhone has not.
Will you be installing the iOS 13 Public Beta 5? Let us know in the comments below!