A month ago, at the Worldwide Developers Conference WWDC 2019, Apple introduced the new mobile operating system iOS 13. Its testing is already in full swing and on the eve of Apple rolled out a new beta version of the firmware.
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Apple Releases New MacOS Catalina Beta
On Monday, July 8, the new public beta version of iOS 13 was released. This is the second beta build of iOS 13 for public testers and it is no different from the third test version for authorized developers. Everyone can download the second beta version of iOS 13. It’s enough to be part of Apple Seed’s public beta program. You can register for it on the official Apple website in minutes.
The update fixes bugs and vulnerabilities discovered in the first public assembly of iOS 13. And one of the main changes can be called the appearance of a new feature called "FaceTime attention correction."
Testing iOS 13 will last all summer. And the release of the final publicly available version of the firmware is expected in the fall, presumably in September, along with the new iPhone.