upgrade: iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 beta 7 are now available. There is still no update for macOS Catalina beta 5.
Apple is launching the seventh beta version for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 developers (possibly along with the new watchOS 6, tvOS 13 and macOS Catalina seeds) today. The launch comes just over a week since the last round of releases, except for macOS Catalina, which was updated this month. The public beta versions of Apple should continue at a later date after the developer's latest beta has been tested in nature.
However, Apple's new software version will not be complete until around September, so evaluators must still expect performance and stability issues when running iOS 13 beta on main devices.
iOS 12 had 11 developer beta versions last year, so the seventh developer beta version for iOS 13 means approximately half of the development. iOS 13 is currently available to try for free through Apple's public beta program as well.
Curious to know what Apple's main software versions will do for your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and Mac? Catch up with 9to5Mac coverage below:
Also watch out for our practical coverage with iOS 13 beta 7 and all other beta versions as we deepen and unpack new changes for the user, as well as updates under the hood!
tvOS 13 now has full screen trailers that play silently on the home screen for the Apple TV app
– Zac Hall (@apollozac) August 15, 2019