20 September 2019
Apple has seeded the seventh developer and public betas of iOS 13, tvOS 13, iPadOS 13. Together with them, Apple also released the seventh developer beta of watchOS 6 but there isn’t any public beta available for it. The newest builds can be downloaded via the Apple Developer Center and the Apple Beta Software Program website.
The new betas haven’t revealed anything new but the source code has shown references to the probable launch date of the iPhones. It’s speculated that Apple will announce the 2019 iPhone lineup at an event scheduled for September 10th.
This means we are steadily moving towards the launch event and the period between build versions is getting shortened. Several previous betas of Apple’s operating systems for different platforms unlocked new features and changes. With every new build, Apple makes its platform more polished and ready for the eventual launch for everyone. Apart from the features, these builds also bring along several bug fixes and performance improvements over their previous builds and the latest seventh developer beta build is no different.
It’s strongly recommended you don’t install the betas on primary devices as there’s a high possibility of data loss or other issues. So, it’s better, you install these betas onto secondary or non-essential devices.