Apple Issues Third Beta Of iOS 13, macOS Catalina, watchOS 6, And tvOS 13

Apple today released the third developer betas for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, macOS Catalina, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13. Developers are needed to sign up for Apple's Developer Program and download the profile for these updates from Apple's Developer Center, so you can install iOS 13 and tvOS 13 via the Settings App's Software Update tab, macOS 10.15 in System Preferences, and watchOS 6 through the Watch app.

iOS 13 supports dark mode, delivering an entirely fresh look and feel to the iPhone, as well as new ways to browse and edit photos and sign in to apps and websites, along with new Volume HUD that won't take up all of the screen anymore. iOS 13 is also optimized to speed up app launches, apps will use less space, while Voice Control allows users to take full advantage of voice to control the device.

Based on iOS, iPadOS for iPad adds a number of powerful new features, in addition to bringing a new way of using apps in multiple windows, a more detailed view of the redesigned Home screen, the iPad can now reads and writes files from external accessories, such as USB, camera, and more.

In macOS Catalina, Apple replaced iTunes with three popular entertainment apps, Music, Podcast and Apple TV app. The new Sidecar feature, meanwhile, allows users to use the iPad as the second display of the Mac. Moreover, Screen Time from iOS 12 is now available on the Mac to monitor the time you spent on the Mac, and the new initiative Project Catalyst will saw many iPad apps coming to the Mac.

As far as watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 concerned, watchOS 6 will help Apple Watch users better control health and become more independent, as it grants you the access to dynamic new watchfaces and App Store app directly from Apple Watch, new Audiobooks, Voice Memos, and Calculator apps, along with a new Noise app and a new Cycle Tracking app. tvOS 13 gains support for picture-in-picture, which allows you to continue watching TV shows or movies while using other apps, and multi-user support.

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