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Apple’s new iPhone software will not be released until later this year, but those who have enrolled in the company’s beta program can try it out early, starting today. Available to developers since early June, iOS 13 public beta introduces several new features, such as Dark Mode, “Sign in with Apple” for signing into apps as well as websites, and critical updates to pre-installed apps (Messages, Maps, and Reminders). Read more for another hands-on preview video and the link to sign up for the beta program.
“I’ve only been testing the iOS 13 beta for a few days, but I’m impressed by all of the fixes and features Apple packed in here; these tweaks go a long way in making an already solid mobile OS feel that much more complete and capable. That said, I’ve only really begun to scratch the surface; between improvements to Apple’s vision for augmented reality, updates to Siri and a slew of lower-level tweaks, there’s much more to dig into while Apple gets this software ready for a final release this fall,” reports Engadget. Join the Beta here.