Many users of the iPhone and iPad are pleased with the new features of iOS 13 and iPadOS (updated iOS for iPad). Of course, if you have a developer account, then the beta version of iOS 13 and the beta version of iPadOS are available to you right now, but this is definitely not all.
Installing iPadOS 13 beta or iOS 13 beta is simple, and although most users should not install it right now, this tutorial will show the process for those who are interested in it and have access to beta versions for iOS 13 and iPadOS developers. The requirements for installing the beta versions of iOS 13
Want to upgrade from iOS 13 beta to stable iOS 12 builds? If you installed the beta version of iOS 13 or iPadOS 13 on a compatible iPhone or iPad and now want to go back to the previous version of iOS 12, you can do this using iTunes and a computer. And yes, this
Apple announced iOS 13 for iPhone and iPod touch and iPadOS 13 for iPad. However, like all releases of system software, not all devices will be compatible with iOS and iPadOS software versions. The following are all devices compatible with the new versions of iOS 13 and iPadOS, including all iPhone models that will support