Updating iphone takes forever
Apple has just announced the latest versions of its mobile software: i OS 13 for the i Phone, and the newly renamed i Pad OS for its i Pad lineups.
But unlike last year’s i OS 12, which ran on every device that ran i OS 11, not all i OS 12 devices will be getting the update to i OS 13 and i Pad OS.
The answer to that question depends on your circumstances.
The difference between the developer and public betas of i OS 13 is that Apple has deemed the public version consistent enough for everyday use, and largely free of the show-stopping bugs that might've plagued the first developer beta release .
But if you're comfortable with the possibility certain things might not work, you have our permission.
Once you've installed the i OS 13 beta, when a new version comes out, just head to the Settings app, select General, and tap on Software Update.(Developers are one step ahead of the public when it comes to betas, so that Apple can iron out any bugs.)While the initial developer beta was too unreliable for regular users, the more stable public beta offers a sneak peek at the forthcoming update that shouldn't pose as much of a risk of bricking your handset.Subsequent updates to the public beta have stamped out even more bugs, though even at beta No.So it's understandable why some people might want to know how to install i OS 13 right now.Apple made a beta of i OS 13 available to developers right after it announced the new version of the mobile OS in early June, and the public beta of i OS 13 went live on June 24 (which was actually ahead of schedule).