Apple is increasing the number of batches for the trial versions of iOS 13. Just eight days after the release of the sixth preview on August 7, Apple today released beta 7 of the expected next month iOS version 13, which developers can download. As always, participants in Apple's public beta program will have to wait a bit, but will have to consider tomorrow at the latest with a revised pre-release version.
While Apple has defined the attentional correction for FaceTime calls and the Bluetooth audio sharing system requirements with the third developer beta of iOS 13, Beta 4 removed a security gap found in the meantime that allowed passwords to be read without Face ID request. With the fifth trial released just over two weeks ago, various iPad-related enhancements and fixes were introduced to CarPlay, as well as the opportunity to create their own favorites in the sharing menu. In addition, the latest test versions prepared goodbye with 3D Touch and ensured a significantly better battery life.
Since beta 6, Apple seems to be intensely concerned about the fine tuning and performance improvements. Consequently, feedback from the early testers is largely positive. We will probably see some updates. During the iOS 12 release in 2018, Apple tested 12 pre-release versions, before iOS 11 debuted, 11 trial versions were passed on to the developers.
Accompanied by iOS 13 Beta 7, Apple has also released new trial versions of watchOS 6, iPad OS 13 and tvOS 13 for developers.
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