Apple releases the 4th trial version of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 for developers

Apple releases the 4th trial version of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 for developers

This is a week of updates, and this time the apple company released the 4th beta of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1. These new trial versions arrive a week after Apple released the third beta version and a few weeks after the initial beta version of iOS 13.1 was released.

The fourth betas of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center, or wirelessly once the appropriate profiles have been installed.

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At the end of August, the Cupertino firm launched the first beta version of iOS 13.1, which was a surprise because a timely update for software that was not yet available was never released. Apple plans to launch iOS 13.1 two weeks after the official release of iOS 13, which will take place tomorrow, September 19.

The iOS 13.1 update includes several features that were announced on WWDC but were eventually removed from iOS 13 during the beta trial period. Automated shortcuts, for example, are back in iOS 13.1. With this option, users can create personal automation from the Shortcuts application so that actions are performed automatically when certain conditions occur.

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Apple also released tvOS 13 beta 11

Seizing the opportunity, the Cupertino firm also released the beta 11 of tvOS 13 for public beta developers and testers, one week after sowing the tenth beta version and more than two months after presenting the tvOS 13 software at the World Developers Conference.

The new tvOS 13 beta can be downloaded on Apple TV through a profile that is installed using Xcode. Among its main novelties, tvOS 13 has an updated home screen to facilitate the discovery of new content. Applications can now play video previews in full screen on the home screen, similar to what happens with Netflix.

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