But Apple has committed a real doozy and released iOS 13.1 beta before the original has even been properly released to the public. Here's what we know.
Apple announced the iOS 13.1 beta is now out, which is great, but we haven't yet gotten an official release of iOS 13. It's expected that version will drop the same day as iPhone Day, which is rumoured to be September 10.
Sure, the public iOS 13 beta has been out for awhile, but this still seems like a weird flex.
Yes, it’s really iOS 13.1 beta. Enjoy your testing! pic.twitter.com/Dl6R6A0GJ3
— Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) August 27, 2019
The changes between the two betas are negligible, according to 9to5Google. It notes Shortcuts Automations and Share ETA, which were removed from the iOS 13 beta are included in the 13.1 version.
Yes, that's right, a security issue, which was remedied in the May update, was unravelled by the following iOS update.
You can expect iOS 13 to be released around mid-September or whenever Apple decides to officially announce what's in store for the iPhone 11 series. It's only two weeks away we're not stressed you're stressed.
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