Apple Releases Third Public Beta iOS 13.1 – Download Now
Today, Apple has considered it convenient to launch the third public beta version of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS. The new beta version comes a week after the second beta version was sown to the public and a day after the version was planted to the developers.
If you are interested in paying, the new beta version is available for download on all compatible iOS and iPadOS devices at this time. Let’s dive to see what the new beta version has for users.
Apple Third Public Beta of iOS 13.1 & iPad OS
Apple has released the third public beta version of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS to the testers, beta testers who are enrolled in Apple’s beta testing program will receive the update through the OTA mechanism. However, make sure your device needs to install the appropriate configuration profile. If you are not part of the beta program, you can join the Apple beta testing website.
New Features iOS 13.1
iOS 13.1 brings several new features that were previously removed from iOS 13. Some of these features include shortcut automation and more. However, iOS 13.1 brings it back. The feature basically allows you to create personal and home automation from the Shortcuts application. When a certain condition occurs, the action will be performed automatically.
Another feature called Share ETA is also available with iOS 13.1. This feature allows you to share the estimated time of arrival with a certain friend or relative.
IOS 13.1 is to seemingly restore the features that were initially available in iOS 13 but were later removed in the beta test process. This includes things like shortcut automation and ETA Share functionality in Apple Maps.
Volume HUD now shows the icon for the connected device, including HomePod, Beats, and AirPods
New HomeKit icons from macOS are included in iOS now
New colors for dynamic wallpapers
Updated Fonts settings panel
Minor tweaks to the Personal Hotspot page in the Settings app
New glyph for game controllers in the Batteries widget
There are also small visual adjustments too. Some of these include the volume indicator when you connect your headphones or speakers, as well as dynamic wallpapers. Mouse support under accessibility has been improved. Apart from this, HEVC video encoding now also supports alpha channels.