iOS 13 Beta and iPadOS 13 Beta were released yesterday by Apple during WWDC 2019. In a surprise move, to install iOS 13 beta or iPadOS 13 Beta, you would need to have Mac with macOS Catalina beta and Xcode 11 installed, which are also released yesterday.
Luckily, there is a way around to update your iPhone XS Max, XS, XR, X, 8 Plus, 8,7 Plus, 6S to iOS 13 Beta and iPad Air, Pro and Mini to iPadOS 13 Beta using your Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 powered computer. Find out how!
Update iPhone to iOS 13 Beta and iPad to iPadOS 13 Beta using Windows 7/8/10 Computer [Video]
Please make sure you have download the right .IPSW file for of iOS 13 Beta incase of iPhone and iPadOS 13 Beta in case of iPad.
While the video shares tutorial about installing macOS Mojave on Windows, you can replicate the same steps, by just replacing the macOS High Sierra files with macOS Catalina.
- Download macOS Catalina 10.15 Beta
- Download Virtual Box
After you are done with downloading macOS Catalina 10.15 Beta .DMG file and Virtual Box, you may follow the steps mentioned in video tutorial below:
iOS 13 Beta was released in June of 2019. iOS 13 is expected to be a massive revision of its operating system. The hope is that iOS 13 will be must faster and more efficient. There is a new dark mode option, which allows you to change your operating system from light to dark, and it can be dark all the time, or become dark at specific times during the day.
The Photos app is expected to be updated, making it easier to browse through your files and even to edit them.
In addition to other updates, another useful one is the option to Sign In with Apple, a privacy feature that should help with signing into apps and websites.
Are you excited about iOS 13? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.