Apple recently released the public beta builds of the iOS 13 and iPadOS. The new operating systems were announce at Apple’s annual WWDC developer conference at the start of June.
The latest iOS 13 features a new system wide Dark Mode, a new Photos app with more editing capabilities, the much improved Apple Maps, and a more robust Reminders app. There’s also a new swiping keyboard with improved word prediction, a new look for the volume indicator, and new Memoji features.
iPadOS, on the other hand, is, well, the new OS for the iPad. The new operating system brings functions that aim to bridge the gap between the iPad and laptops that much closer. It comes with an improved multi-window mode, a better Files app, an improved Safari experience with desktop mode, a new home screen with widgets, and an improved on-screen keyboard.
The iOS 13 and iPadOS public beta builds are available HERE. You would need to sign up and join Apple’s beta software program.
Take note that this is a beta build meaning it could have bugs and performance issues. So it goes without saying to proceed with caution and maybe not install it on your daily driver.