Apple launches the fifth public betas for iOS 13, iPadOS and tvOS 13

The apple company has just released the fifth test version of iOS 13, iPadOS and tvOS 13 for public testers to download . This new test update comes one week after we knew about the fourth public beta of the operating systems, and one day after the release of the sixth developer beta.

iOS 13, iPadOS, tvOS 13 and watchOS 6 beta 6 now available from Apple

Apple launches the fifth public betas for iOS 13, iPadOS and tvOS 13
Apple launches the fifth public betas for iOS 13, iPadOS and tvOS 13

This way, beta testers who have enrolled in Apple’s beta testing program will receive the fourth beta update for iOS 13, tvOS 13, and iPadOS wirelessly after the appropriate certificate is installed on an iOS device.

iOS 13 has a long list of new features. The dark mode finally arrives to change the whole look of the operating system, changing it from light to dark, while the new Photos app makes it easier for users to relive their memories with new display options of days, months and years.

iOS 13 also adds a less obtrusive volume redesign, a new Find My application that combines Find My iPhone and Find My Friends and allows you to track your devices even if they don’t have an LTE or WiFi connection . In addition, there’s also the ‘Sign in with Apple’ feature that gives users a convenient and secure way to sign in to applications and websites, providing an alternative to Facebook and Google login options.

As for the new features of tvOS 13, we have the arrival of a new home screen that aims to facilitate the search for new content, with support for automatic video playback to show new TV programs, movies and applications, similar to Netflix.

Multi-user support is also new to tvOS 13, allowing each family member to have their own personalized interface on Apple TV with separate recommendations, music playlists and Watch Now lists.

As always, we recommend that you install the public trial versions on non-standard devices, as it is likely that, since they are betas , these updates will have some errors or even , may lose vital information.

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