When you sign up as a public iOS tester from Apple, you get early access to features that most users won't see for months. But you're not the first – developers get priority when it comes to beta releases, made clear when they received 13.2 beta 3 while public testers were still on beta 2. Well, we finally caught up with public testers after Apple released iOS 13.2 publicly beta 3 Wednesday, October 16.
Apple released dev beta 3 at 1:00 pm EDT earlier today, so we know everything there is to know about its public counterpart. Unfortunately that is nothing. Public beta 3 seems to contain bug fixes especially for problems that crash public beta 2. to remove apps on the home screen via a quick action.
We usually go to the release notes for a beta release to add context for changes, bugs, etc. This time, however, Apple has chosen to omit release comments in the release notes. It is exactly in the text: "There are no release comments for this software update." You can view the full "release notes" below:
iOS & iPadOS 13.2 Beta 3 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.
iOS 13.2 download and install public beta 3, sign up through the Apple beta site, download and install the configuration profile, and then update wirelessly. If you already have the profile, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update to start the installation of the latest beta build, or you can wait for it to be installed automatically if "Automatic Updates" is enabled.