Apple Releases Public Betas of iOS 13, iPadOS, macOS Catalina, and tvOS 13

Posted on June 24, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Apple, iOS, iPadOS, Mac and macOS with 6 Comments

Apple launched its next-gen operating systems just earlier this month. On June 3rd, Apple gave us our first look at iOS 13, iPad OS, macOS Catalina, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13. The company started beta testing the new operating systems with developers immediately, and it released the second developer betas just last week.

Cupertino is now releasing public betas for the new operating systems. Just weeks after announcing the new operating systems, Apple already seems very confident with the stability of the systems and thus has already started testing the update with the public.

Apple usually doesn’t release public betas quickly, so I was kind of surprised to see these betas come out so quick. Either way, if you have been waiting to try out the new betas, it’s time. You can get the public betas for iOS 13, iPadOS, macOS Catalina, and tvOS 13 from the Apple Beta Software Program here. It’s fairly easy to install all these betas, so don’t worry too much if you haven’t installed betas for any of these OSes in the past.

You can read our hands-on with iOS 13 here, and also get to know about what’s new on iPadOS here, macOS Catalina here, and tvOS 13 here.

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6 responses to “Apple Releases Public Betas of iOS 13, iPadOS, macOS Catalina, and tvOS 13”

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    remc86007

    The public beta released today is the same build as the dev. build last week.


    Let's just say....it's not ready for prime time.


    One fun bug I have is youtube playing through the earpiece speaker...which does provide a wide range of lower volume options, but isn't ideal.

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    jimchamplin

    iOS 13 already installed on my XS Max. Looks fantastic and already runs more smoothly than iOS 12 ever did.

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