Apple has launched the latest iOS 13.5 beta to the public through the Apple Beta Software Program. The finished update is expected to drop later this month, with new features mostly related to the global coronavirus pandemic. Siri has already been updated to deliver answers to questions regarding COVID-19, and Apple has launched a separate screening website and app.
Beta Software Program
Running the latest and greatest beta software can be exciting. It can also be premature, as there's a reason why they call it beta testing. For those with a device running iOS 12 beta, downgrading back to iOS 11 may be a preferred option. This means re-joining the wait for a public release of iOS 12 this fall.
Whether they actually want to be helpful beta testers or they just can't wait to see all the newest iOS features, many iPhone and iPad users have joined the Apple Beta Software Program, which allows for early access to new iOS versions.
Apple has officially launched iOS 11 to the general public via the Apple Beta Software Program. iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users can now install iOS 11, however Apple does not recommend installing beta software on primary devices. Buzz has been building around the newest mobile operating system since its reveal at WWDC. Apple has posted an iOS 11 preview highlighting some of the changes in the latest firmware.