iOS 13 beta seeds are already in play, and people are curious as to when a stable version will be released to the public. Apple has a fairly consistent pattern concerning its iOS releases, which could give us more information about the company’s plans regarding an iOS 13 public release date.
iOS 13 Public Release Date – What We Know
iOS 13 beta 1 and beta 2 have been released. Apple typically releases its beta seeds in June, allowing developers to test the OS and locate flaws and bugs. For both iOS 11 and 12 Apple released a total of 8 betas to the developer community before offering a stable build to the public. While we won’t know how many total beta releases will be made for iOS 13, we can assume it will be close to the same number as the previous two updates. The iOS 13 public release date for a stable version will most likely follow a similar pattern to the previous two editions of the OS.
iOS 11 was released to the public in a stable form on September 19th, while iOS 12 was released on September 17th. iOS 10 came even earlier with a September 13th release date. Judging from past history, we can expect an iOS 13 public release date to fall sometime in the middle of September this year. 9to5Mac estimates that the release will come between the 9th and 17th of September this year. While no one is certain of the date, that time frame seems to fit into the pattern already set by the tech giant in the past.
Fans Are Waiting
Apple fans are eagerly awaiting iOS 13, which will feature a lot more eye candy than previous updates. We have already confirmed that Dark Mode will be a feature on the new OS, and there is most likely going to be a lot more aye catching changes in this update. Reports of a jailbreak exploit possibly being found in the second beta of iOS 13 have also caused a stir in the tech community, as it seems that once again Apple’s OS security can be bypassed in order to facilitate more functionality on devices. As fans await the announcement of the iOS 13 public release date, jailbreakers are already working overtime to crack the new OS in hopes of giving access to the Cydia app platform to users when it is launched. It will be interesting to see if Apple succeeds in finally blocking jailbreaks of its devices or not, but it appears that will not happen with this particular release of the OS.