The iOS 13 Developer Beta Reveals New Details
After the beta of both developers and public beta appeared soon, we still reveal more details about the latest updates of Apple's software: iOS 13, iPadOS, WatchOS 6 and MacOS Catalina
This week, Apple released beta of the second developer of iOS 13 and iPadOS and helped to clarify some of the questions we had last week about the future of 3D Touch. The beta of the first developer seems to have replaced the functionality of the 3D Touch with a long press that sparked speculation that maybe Apple will replace Haptic Touch's 3D Touch on the next iPhone 11, similar to what XR did last year.
But we can stop this rumor, at least hesitantly. According to Apple Insider, 3D Touch looks back to its full functionality in the second beta, along with some new additions such as shorter haptic effect and soft noise when 3D Touch is activated.
Another interesting change for the Second Beta version ofis that it is available via ethernet update, directly on the phone. According to 9to5Mac, the beta version is available to registered developers who have installed the configuration profile from Apple's developer site while the first version is only available through direct download of IPSW file and full recovery of iTunes.
The highlights ofremain the same in the Beta themes: dark mode, video editing, card updates and reminders, and better privacy features.
WatchOS 6 will make Apple Watch even more independent
Apple works to make Apple Watch more independent than the iPhone by giving it its own app store at WatchOS 6, and the second developer's beta releases another way to free it from the phone.
According to MacRumors, this beta allows for up-to-date software updates directly downloaded to Apple Watch. Historically, all Apple's clock software updates had to be initialized and downloaded via the iPhone.
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Another exciting change to the software that comes with Apple Watch is that you'll soon be able to remove some of these pre-installed apps. According to TechCrunch, this excludes certain applications like heart rate and messaging, but applies to at least 10 other apps, including the latest Apple Cycle app, which may not be useful to male users.
You can only delete apps from third parties in Apple Watch by long pressing the app application menu and pressing X.
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