Apple Releases Fourth Developer Beta Of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 Apple today released the fourth beta developer for iOS 13.1 and iPad OS 13.1, one week after making the fifth beta available for beta testing. Apple released the first beta version of iOS 13.1 at the beginning of last month, which caused some confusings. After all, the final build of iOS 13 haven’t carried out to everyone.
Apple may want to release iOS 13.1 shortly after the formal launch of iOS 13, consider that it contains a number of features that emerged in the initial betas of iOS 13, which were removed in the subsequent beta releases of iOS 13, including Shortcuts Automation that let you create personal home automations, Maps ‘ Share ETA feature.
In addition, Apple software chief Craig Federighi confirmed in an email the plan of bringing the lyrics visualizer to the Now Playing screen in the Music app, he claims there were issues at first with battery life and CPU usage, but they’ve been smoothed out, so be ready for you fingers to be crossed as the feature will come with iOS 13.1.
Here is a list of new features that Apple introduced in iOS 13.1:
- Dynamic Wallpapers feature for some older devices
- New volume indicator for accessories such as AirPods, Powerbeats Pro, and HomePod.
- Improved mouse support that when right click, it will display 3D Touch Quick Action menus.
- Apps installed by TestFlight will have a brighter yellow color on the left for easy viewing
- New PDF Reading Goals inside the Books app
- Camera app now supports HEVC video encoding with alpha channels.