Just a while ago Apple released its latest software iteration the iOS 13 and it has been nearly a week since developers had the update. Now people are waiting for the second version of the beta update to drop for iOS 13.
Apple iOS 13 Beta 2 update: Release date and what to expect
Apple iOS 13 is in its primitive stages so don’t expect a polished software experience. We are a long way from now until we see a finished product.
Even with all the bugs, people are willing to try out the beta update and get a gist of what’s next to come. Apple doesn’t advertise forthcoming beta release dates but if we take clues from the past then the most credible iOS 13 beta 2 release date will be June 18.
Across the last few years, Apple always took nearly 15 days between beta 1 and beta 2 release for iOS versions 7, 8, 9 and 12 the iOS 11 took 16 days.
One exception is that iOS 10 took 22 days so it’s plausible that iOS 13 beta 2 might take a while than usual.
With the beta 2 update, we expect the software experience to get a bit more refined but far from a smoother experience until the public beta comes in July.
Apple iOS 13 is one of the most anticipated OS updates due to the fact that the latest software version has dark mode and a slew of useful features. Heres a detailed list of what you get with iOS 13.
- Dolby Atmos Playback.
- Bluetooth splitter.
- New Folder Management option in the Notes app along with improved search function and an all-new Checklist Option.
- The option of adding attachments to events in the Calendar app.
- Support for all 22 official Indian languages along with Indian language system fonts.
- New Siri voice with an Indian accent.
- Hey Siri support in CarPlay.
- Dark Mode.
- New revamped Maps and Health apps.
Apple has dropped support for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus. Meaning iOS 13 is only available for iPhone 6s and above devices.