iOS 13 beta update is set to roll out June 3rd


iPhone Users (6 upward) Get ready to Upgrade to the next Software Update

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is just around the corner, and as expected, new updates will be unveiled alongside new products. While the event is slated to hold June 3rd 2019.  The event is expected to hold a lot of interesting announcements, but one of the key product of the day is the Software Update (version 13) for iPhones.

On the press invite sent out by the company, Apple stated that the event would hold 10 AM Pacific time, June 3rd in San Jose, California, at the McEnery Convention Center. During the event, Apple will, for the first time, talk about the upcoming iOS 13, show us its headline new features, and announce its beta release timeline for eager testers – the finalized iteration should launch in the fall with the new iPhones. iOS 13 is rumoured to sport a native dark mode, which seems to be all the rage these days, something that Google now supports in its latest Android Q.

That been said, the upcoming event will also bring about other product unveiling including new versions of its other operating systems – watchOS (with support for an on-watch App Store rumored), tvOS, and macOS (to which iPad apps are allegedly coming). And all of these should get stage time, so as usual, it’s going to be an event packed with news. Yes! a lot of conversation.

While the event is supposed to be strictly meant for software, there is a possibility that the company may extend its discussion or perhaps unveiling to include Hardware as well, considering that there has not been a major announcement for the refreshed MacBook Pro laptops. Howbeit, that is only an assumption, but don’t get caught unaware at the same time.

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