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Oct 19, 2019

IOS Download beta 3 now


Approaching full launch.

Approaching full launch.

Apple is on track with its weekly beta release - now the company has made beta 3 of iOS 13.2 available to everyone.

While the first beta introduced camera technology Deep Fusion, beta 2 provided 60 new emojis, more new Siri features, new ways to delete apps, and much more. See the full overview of all beta 2 features here.

What is new?
So beta 3 is now available for installation, but this time there doesn't seem to be any big news. In fact, there are no obvious changes to track, so it's probably just bug fixes and small improvements.

The installation file is just over 100 megabytes and can be installed now. You can do this by signing up through Apple's beta program and downloading the required configuration profile. Then go to Settings -> General -> Software Update

We're pretty close to launching iOS 13.2. After next week's beta 4, everything is probably ready for final launch.

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