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iOS 13 and iPadOS Public Beta: How to download and install them now
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Angela Lang / CNET iOS 13  and iPadOS 1
3 iPadOS 13  software for your iPhones ($ 249 in Walmart) come your way this fall, but now you can start jumping out of everything the OS offers. The public beta is open to anyone who wants to help with testing the early versions of the operating system that will run on iPhones ($ 1,000 on Amazon) and iPad ($ 249 on Walmart ) later this year, That's right, this year we have two different versions of iOS . iOS 13 is for iPhone and iPod Touch, and the other – for iPadOS 13, is dedicated to the iPad and brings with it new multi-tasking features and a version of Safari for desktop computers.
Both software updates include a long list of new features such as the official system dark mode new privacy features and improved Apple Maps . Apple also announced WatchOS 6, MacOS 10.15 Catalina and TVOS 13 at its Worldwide Conference Worldwide Developers Conference . While public beta is, as we said, open to anyone who wants to give them a spin, there are some things you need to know about.
Remember it is beta
Over the years, the beta program for an upcoming release of iOS has become more robust. However, it is called a beta with a reason – it is not complete. Applications will break, battery life will be terrible and frequent random restarts are not unheard of.
If you want to test iOS 13, log in, knowing that you are testing beta software and making yourself – and Apple – a service by providing feedback through the feedback application.
You can not [easy] return
In addition to wanting to deal with errors and occasional problems, you should know that you can go back to the current official version of iOS but you can not recover from a backup made with your iOS device 13.
So, in this regard, it's a good idea to back up the device as it is right before going to beta. The best way to do this is to use iTunes (RIP) and to create an encrypted archive .
Which devices are supported?
According to Apple, the following devices can participate in iOS 13 or iPadOS beta:
Devices that support iOS 13, iPadOS 13
12.9-inch iPad Pro
iPhone XS Max
11-inch iPad Pro
10.5-inch iPad Pro
9.7-inch iPad Pro
iPad (6th Generation)
iPhone 8 Plus
iPad (5th Generation)
iPad Mini (5th Generation)
iPhone 7 Plus
iPad Mini 4
iPad Air (Third Generation)
iPhone 6S Plus
iPad Air 2
iPod Touch (7th Generation)
Read : Every iPhone that works with iOS 13
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iOS 13 is packed with new features
Ready? Here's how to install iOS 13
Visit Apple Software Beta on your computer. You'll need to sign in with your Apple ID, then choose iOS or iPadOS. The program will guide you through backing up your iPhone or iPad – not just take a look at it and go ahead, create an archive right now – and then you will need to download and install the beta account. You can visit this link on your iPhone or iPad to download the account.
After the account is downloaded, open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. The account will appear just below your name. Touch the account, then approve the installation. Your device will restart after you add the account and then you can go to Settings > General > Software Update to download and install iOS 13.  Of course, if you have a paid developer account, you can still find the right profiles to install on the developer's site.
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Originally posted on June 3. Update, June 27th at 7:06 pm PT: Adds information about downloading and installing Apple's public beta program. Update, June 29, June 30