The developer beta for iOS 13.3 has been released today, and the stable build should follow soon.
The Apple event is scheduled for September 10 and we are expecting the new iOS 13 to get a confirmed launch date.
With new bug fixes, Apple has released the fifth beta version of iOS 13 to developers. The icon-resizing feature is currently being tested on the iPadOS.
If you are wondering whether your Apple device is going to get the newly announced updates, we have all the answers.
Apple's latest upgrade to iOS brings with itself the biggest design change since iOS 8, but a majority of the new features are still incremental in nature.
Apple's annual developer conference is expected to be highlighted by the new iOS 13 (featuring an official 'Dark Mode'), a new macOS with easier app portability, and more services-oriented features.
The first look of iOS 13 shows us an interface that is largely similar to iOS 12, except for the system-wide usage of the dark mode, which may also help Apple save battery.
Apple’s new iOS 13 is expected to bring a host of new features, designed to make iOS a more versatile mobile ecosystem.
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