News: Apple Just Released iOS 13.2 Developer Beta 3 for iPhone

Apple Just Released iOS 13.2 Developer Beta 3 for iPhone

There's nothing quite as exciting in the beta testing world as a new update. Battling overloaded servers to download the latest update as fast as possible, just to scour through the new OS looking for the biggest features to the smallest changes. It was only Thursday that Apple seeded iOS 13.2 developer beta 2, so count us surprised that we get to experience today's release of developer beta 3 so soon.

At this time, dev beta 3 looks to mainly provide bug fixes and stability for issues found in dev beta 2. That last beta update introduced a handful of changes to dev beta 1, including a suite of new emojis, in-app camera settings for 2019 iPhones, new Siri & Dictation security options, and option to delete home screen apps via a Quick Action.

This update is only for registered developers. Apple published the public version of beta 3 at 4 p.m. EDT.

Apple's release notes usually offer context on any new changes present in the beta, especially those relating to bugs and developer features. However, this beta includes no information in the release notes, confirmed by Apple itself. What that means for dev beta 3 as a whole is anyone's guess:

iOS & iPadOS 13.2 Beta 3 Release Notes

Update your apps to use new features, and test your apps against API changes

Overview

The iOS & iPadOS 13.2 SDK provides support for developing apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS & iPadOS 13.2. The SDK comes bundled with Xcode 11.2 beta available from Beta Software Downloads. For information on the compatibility requirements for Xcode 11.2 beta, see Xcode 11.2 Beta Release Notes.

General

There are no release notes for this software update.

To update your iPhone to iOS 13.2 dev beta 3, you will need to be a registered developer. You can use the restore image for your iPhone available in the Developer portal (install with iTunes or Finder) or install the configuration profile, then update over the air. If you already have the profile installed on your iPhone, head over to Settings –> General –> Software Update to start installing the latest beta build, or wait until it installs automatically if "Automatic Updates" is enabled.

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