Just one week after releasing the sixth batch of test versions of its operating systems, Apple has released the seventh revision of the iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13 and watchOS 6 betas . These are intended for developers, so only users with a registered Apple Developer Center ID will be able to install them.
If you already have one of the earlier versions on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Apple Watch, you can upgrade using OTA ( Over The Air ) . Otherwise, the corresponding profile for each computer must be downloaded from the Developer Center. As these are not official versions, it is recommended that they not be installed on everyday equipment due to possible bugs and errors that may exist, preventing proper operation.
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In the absence of official confirmation, the launch of the new iPhone and Apple Watch is expected in early September. It will be around this time that Apple will make available to all users the final updates for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13. Considering that it is mid-August, it is very likely that these will be the latest versions in the testing phase , and most serious issues should have been fixed already.