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Public iOS 13 Beta Release Date: Tips & Tricks



Apple’s confirmed its iOS 13 update and the software is in beta testing ahead of a release later this year. Apple plans to release a public iOS 13 beta in July and with the release date getting close, you should start preparing yourself, and your device, for its arrival.

The iOS 12.4 update will likely serve as the last major upgrade to Apple’s iOS 12 operating system. Like iOS 13, iOS 12.4 is currently in beta testing ahead of a release later this year. We expect it to arrive sometime this summer alongside the company’s new Apple Card credit card.

With support for iOS 12 coming to an end and iOS 13 now in beta testing, iPhone users are starting to focus on the new operating system.

Public iOS 13 Beta Release Date

The iOS 13 beta is an early version of the software and it gives developers those enrolled in Apple’s Beta Software Program a chance to try new features and test for bugs and performance issues ahead of the official release this fall.

Installing the public iOS 13 beta will be tempting for a lot of you. That said, a lot of you will want to stay put on iOS 12.3.2 (exclusive to the iPhone 8 Plus), iOS 12.3.1, or whatever you’re currently running.

The iOS 13 beta is pre-release software which means it’s unfinished. The first iOS 13 beta is plagued with a number of problems including bugs and performance issues. Some of these problems will require fixes from Apple in future iOS betas.

So, if you do decide to try the public iOS 13 beta, you’ll want to be extremely careful and you’ll want to come into the release date as prepared as possible.

If you’re thinking about installing public iOS 13 beta on your iPhone, here are some tips that will come in handy as we push toward the release.

Prepare for the Public iOS 13 Beta Release Date

Prepare for the Public iOS 13 Beta Release Date

If you're planning to try the public iOS 13 beta, use this time to prepare yourself and your device for its arrival. 

The developer beta is 4+GB so you can expect the public beta to require a pretty significant download.

If you don't have enough space, iOS will temporarily remove some downloadable parts of the apps installed on your device, but sometimes this isn't enough.

If you still need more space you'll need to plug into iTunes or delete files you no longer need to make room for the download. 

Data loss issues are rare these days, but you'll still want to backup all of your data before you move your device to the iOS 13 beta. 

If you don't know what to do, please take a look at our guides covering iCloud backups and iTunes backups. This will help you back up your data properly. 

If you want to install the public iOS 13 beta right when it comes out, your device will need a solid charge. 

Make sure your phone has at least a 50% charge (or you're near a charger). You'll also need to connect to a Wi-Fi network. 

Finally, make sure you have your Apple ID and other logins handy. There's a chance the installation logs you out of apps and services so you'll want to have those on hand so you can get right back to using them. 

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