There is nothing as exciting in the beta test world as a new update. Fight overloaded servers to download the latest update as quickly as possible, just to browse the new operating system in search of the greatest functions for the smallest changes. It wasn't until Thursday that Apple sowed iOS 13.2 developer beta 2, so we are surprised that we are experiencing the release of developer beta 3 today so quickly.
We will not know what the new update for iOS 13.2 has in store until we spend some time with it. Dev beta 2 introduced a handful of changes to dev beta 1, including a suite with new emoji & # 39; s, in-app camera settings for 2019 iPhones, new Siri & Dictation security options and option to remove apps on the home screen via a prompt action. [1
Apple's release notes usually provide context for any new changes to the beta, especially those related to bugs and developer features. However, this beta does not contain information in the release notes, confirmed by Apple itself. What that means for dev beta 3 as a whole is a guess:
iOS & iPadOS 13.2 Beta Release Notes
Update your apps to use new features and test your apps against API changes
The SDK of iOS and iPadOS 13.2 provides support for developing apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices with iOS and iPadOS 13.2. The SDK comes with Xcode 11.2 beta available through Beta Software Downloads. For information on the compatibility requirements for Xcode 11.2 beta, see Xcode 11.2 Beta Release Notes.
There are no release comments for this software update.
Update your iPhone to iOS 13.2 dev beta 3, you must be a registered developer. You can use the recovery image for your iPhone that is available in the developer portal (install with iTunes or Finder) or install the configuration profile and then update it wirelessly. If you have already installed the profile on your iPhone, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update to install the latest beta build, or wait for it to be installed automatically if "Automatic Updates" is enabled.