Apple has released the first Public Beta of iOS 13.
Both trial versions were planned to arrive in July, but it seems that the stability of the latest updates allowed them to advance the launch a few weeks.
Since WWDC 2019 developers could already test the previous versions of the two operating systems, but it is up to now that they are available to everyone.
Of course, those interested need to join the beta software program of Apple, which you can access from the following link.
Remember that we recently gave you a step-by-step guide to achieve it.iOS 13 stands out for the introduction of the expected dark mode, which in addition to providing a new look to the interface, will also allow you to save battery life on iPhone with OLED screen (iPhone X, XS and XS Max) .
The Reminders app has been completely redesigned with new features and artificial intelligence integration. Again those of Cupertino have strengthened privacy by incorporating features such as “Sign in with Apple”.
How to install Public Beta of iOS 13
Remember that you can install iOS 13 on an iPhone 6s and higher or on an iPad.
There is a previous and obligatory step if you appreciate your data, you must make a backup of your iPhone.
You can do it in iCloud or through iTunes to leave it on your computer. Although both methods are valid, we advise you to do it with iTunes and your computer, since that is something more complete.
You can see our article on c ow to make a backup of the iPhone if you have any questions on the subject.
Once you have made the backup follow these steps to Public Beta of iOS 13 on your iPhone or iPad:
From your device, go to beta.apple.com , and click on the “Sign up” button.
Enter the details of your Apple ID on the page that will open next, and then click on the “Sign in” button. Accept the terms and conditions of the program, and voila, you will have your created tester account.
Once this is done, you will have to put the device in which you want to install the beta in the list of public beta testers of Apple.
To do this, once logged into the account that you just created, select the iOS tab, and then scroll down, until you find the “Get Started” section, and click on “enroll your iOS device”.
Now, click on the “Download profile” button. Your device will ask you if you want to download it: say yes, and follow the instructions that will appear on your screen.
Now you just have to enter the settings of your iPhone, you should see a warning that you have installed a profile, touch on that notice to access the download screen of iOS 13.
Now you just have to tap Install, follow Instructions on the screen and wait for iOS 13 to install on your iPhone or iPad.
The betas of iOS 13 go pretty well, but keep in mind that these are trial versions and anything can happen, so proceed at your own risk.
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