If you are an iOS developer or just want a taste of what’s to come, you are probably running iOS 13 beta 1 and we’ve got some good news for you. The beta 2 software is now out and can be downloaded from Apple’s developer portal.
The update aims to iron out some performance and stability issues so you can keep on testing your apps in a more stable iOS 13 environment.
We also expect the iOS 13 public beta to hit devices sometime in July, as per Apple’s announcement during this year’s WWDC conference but until then, Apple will most likely push another firmware update in the form of iOS beta 3, which in turn will probably be the base of iOS public beta 1.
In addition to iOS 13 beta 2, Apple has released iPadOS 13 developer beta 2, watchOS 6 developer beta 2, tvOS 13 developer beta 2 and macOS Catalina developer beta 2 as well. And while the previous update required hooking up the device on USB and updating over iTunes, today’s releases add support for profiles and OTA updating.