The final versions of ($ 1,000 to Amazon) and iPads ($ 249 to Walmart) You are coming your way in the fall, but now you can start a jump to everything offered by the operating systems. The public beta is open to everyone who wants to help test the initial versions of the operating system that will run on iPhones ($ 1,000 to Amazon) and iPads ($ 249 to Walmart) after this year. That's right, this year we have two different versions of iOS. One, , is for iPhone and iPod Touch, the iPadOS 13 is one dedicated to the iPad and has new multitasking features and a desktop class version of Safari.s i software for your iPhones
Both software updates include a long list of new features, such as a civil servant, new and improved . Apple also announced during his .
While public fines are, as we have said, open to anyone who wants to turn it around, there are some things to keep in mind.
Remember that it is beta
Over the years, the beta program for a next version for iOS has stabilized. However, a beta version is called for reasons: it's not over. The applications break, the life of the battery will be horrible and frequent random rebootings are not unknown.
If you want to test iOS 13, let me know if you are testing the beta software and doing it yourself – and Apple – a favor by providing feedback through the comment application.
You can not (easily) go back
In addition to a desire to face random errors and problems, you should know that you can, but it can not be restored from a backup made with the device to iOS 13.
Therefore, taking this into account, it is a good idea to create a backup of the device as it is correct before switching to the beta version. The best way to do this isi .
Which devices are compatible?
According to Apple, the following devices may participate in the beta version of iOS 13 or iPadOS:
Devices that will support iOS 13, iPadOS 13
IPad Pro 12.9 inches
iPhone XS max
IPad Pro 11 inches
IPad 10.5-inch Pro
IPad Pro 9.7 inches
iPad (sixth generation)
iPhone 8 Plus
iPad (fifth generation)
iPad Mini (fifth generation)
iPhone 7 Plus
iPad Mini 4
iPad Air (3rd generation)
iPhone 6S Plus
iPad Air 2
iPod Touch (7th generation)
Ready? Here's how to install iOS 13.
Visit the Apple Beta software program on your computer. You must log in with your Apple ID, and then choose iOS or iPadOS. The program will help you create a backup of your iPhone or iPad: do not do anything about it and continue, create a backup right now and then you need to download and install the beta profile. You can visit this link on your iPhone or iPad to download the profile.
Once the profile is downloaded, open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. The profile will appear, just below your name. Touch the profile, then take advantage of the installation. The device will restart after adding the profile, after arriving Configuration > General > Software update to download and install iOS 13.
Of course, if you have a paid developer account, you can find the installation profiles that are appropriate for the developer site.
Check out all of them.
Originally published on June 3.
Update, June 27 at 7:06 pm PT: Add information about downloading and installing the public beta program from Apple.
Update, June 29, June 30.
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