iOS and iPadOS 13.5 beta Version is available, with the first contact-tracing API, faster passcode for the face-ID-error
released on iOS and iPadOS 13.4 March 24, with great new features such as the trackpad and mouse support for the iPad and the iCloud folder sharing, Apple moves on to his next minor release.
Apple released iOS 13.4.1 without a beta test, and then realeasing beta versions of 13.4.5 started that in the first line contain only bug fixes. On April 29, without ever releasing 13.4.5 Apple released what it calls “beta 3” iOS-13.5. This is just a continuation of the 13.4.5 beta-versions, Upgrade to a dot-release version number as it now includes other important functions.
04/29/20 Updated: Apple has released iOS 13.5 beta 3 to developers, the rooms of hotel booking without published 13.4.5. It contains the first version of the Apple /Google-contacts tracing API.
What’s new in iOS 13.5
What you’ll find in the iOS and iPadOS 13.5? We expect this release to fine-tune a few minor details and fix a few errors, while also begin to address COVID-19-specific problems. It will also include support for future hardware such as the rumored Apple-Tags, tracking devices, or on-the-ear headphones could<./p>
Face ID for those who wear the wearing of masks
would make It, Face ID much less certain to work for you, people of the masks. But now that so many millions of people masks to wear every day, Apple has painful from the error Status is a little less.
According to swipe up to unlock your iPhone, you used to wait for you to fail for a second, Face-ID, before it would show the keypad enter your passcode. Now, it is the key field shows right away, so that you can start to wait to enter the passcode immediately, without failure, a second for the face-ID (because of the mask). It is a very small change, but it will be appreciated by those who wear masks throughout the day.
The third beta also introduced the first version of the Apple /Google-contact-tracing-API for developers. This will not mean anything to a regular user to state health agencies release apps that use it, but the developers of these apps, at least roles on the development and the test phase.
How to get to the iOS or iPadOS 13.5 beta
Registered iOS developers can head developer.apple.com/download on the device to which you want to install the new beta software. From there, you can download and install a profile.
Make sure that the profile is activated by selecting the heading settings > General > profile. Once the profile is installed and your iPhone or iPad is reset, you will receive the iOS and iPadOS betas the same way you would go regular updates on the settings > General > Software Update.
the Public beta versions usually within 24 hours of the developer beta versions. Non-developers can test want to participate in the beta, go to beta.apple.com on the device on which you want to run the beta. From there, you can run a profile, and follow the steps above to activate it, and download the latest beta.
it is not recommended As always, to run an iOS or iPadOS beta on your primary device. Serious problems occur, and you never know when you will need to delete and restore your device.
Released on Wed, 29 Apr 2020 19:35:00 +0000