iOS 13.7 Release Date: Tips & Tricks
Apple’s iOS 13.7 update will probably be the next version of iOS 13. We don’t have a precise iOS 13.7 release date yet, but it could arrive soon.
iOS 13.7 is currently in beta testing which means a pre-release version of the firmware is available via Apple’s developer program and through its public Beta Software Program.
The Beta Software Program is free to anyone with a compatible device and Apple ID. Most people should install the public iOS 13.7 beta.
If your phone is struggling on iOS 13.6.1 or below, and you can’t wait for the official release, you might want to move your device to the iOS 13.7 beta.
iOS 13.7 is a milestone release (x.x) which means it will bring a mix of new features and under-the-hood improvements to iPhone users.
It’s an exciting update, particularly for those dealing with iOS 13-related problems, and one that many iPhone users have their eye on as we push into September.
iOS 13.7 Release Date
Apple hasn’t confirmed an official iOS 13.7 release date.
That said, with an iOS 14 release getting closer, we expect the update to roll out sometime in September ahead of the new operating system.
Testers are saying the beta appears to have a final build number. The company also neglected to call the first beta “iOS 13.7 beta 1.” Instead, the company’s called it “iOS 13.7 Beta.”
That doesn’t confirm an imminent release, but don’t be surprised if an official release is right around the corner.
With the iOS 13.7 release date now on the horizon, it’s a great time to start preparing yourself, and your iPhone, for the its arrival.
In this guide we’ll outline some tips and tricks that could come in handy as we close in on what will likely be the next, and perhaps last, iOS 13 release for iPhone.
Prepare for the iOS 13.7 Release Date
With iOS 13.7 on the way, some of you might want to start preparing for the software's arrival.
iOS 13.7 will require space on your phone's internal storage. If you don't have enough, iOS will temporarily remove some downloadable parts of apps installed on your device. Occasionally, this still isn't enough and you'll be forced to manually delete files.
If you're running low on storage, use this time to do some cleanup. Go into your iPhone's storage and delete the files (photos, apps, etc) you don't need anymore.
This will help make room for the iOS 13.7 download and it could also improve your iPhone's overall performance.
You should also start backing up the data you store on your device(s). Data loss issues are pretty rare these days, but there's always a chance something gets lost in the shuffle. It's better to be safe than sorry.
If you're moving up from a newer version of iOS 13, iOS 13.7 probably won't log you out of your apps and services. That said, we recommend having your Apple ID/iCloud/third-party app login information handy just in case.
This might seem tedious, but a little prep work will help you avoid issues before, on, and after the iOS 13.7 release date.
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