Apple releases the first public beta of iOS 13, iPadOS and MacOS Catalina


At the WWDC Event, Apple had announced the new bunch of operating systems for its platforms naming iOS 13, iPadOS, and MacOS Catalina. Now, the company has released the first public beta of these operating systems. 

Until now, most of the beta version of the OS has been out there for developers, but now, the company has released these beta OS to test for anyone out there. This means anyone whoever wants to test the OS can sign up for this beta program.

To sign up, visit this website. You’ll then keep receiving follow-up beta builds all the way to the release of the finalized versions of the operating systems, which should become available this fall.

We have been expecting to get the beta of the latest iOS 13 by the starting of July. However, the company has shipped the beta program early than expected.

Regardless, as these are the first public beta, you can expect some bugs and performance issues. You can also encounter poor battery life and possibly some app compatibility problems. So, it is not advised you to install this beta OS on your system. However, if you really think you can handle all the problems and want to get your hands on the latest features you can install it on your system.

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