A recent report has confirmed that Apple will release the fourth developer and public betas of iOS 13.1 today. The news has rolled over the internet after the tech giant released the third developer beta last week. Apple will officially release iOS 13.1 on September 30, the reports added.
Apple has designed iOS 13.1 in a way that its focus is just to add a number of features that were removed from iOS beta testing for some reasons. The features include Shortcuts Automations and Share ETA in Maps. Now both of these features are included in iOS 13.1.
“With iOS 13.1 coming on September 30, AirDrop gets new directionally aware suggestions which are powered by the new U1 Ultra Wideband location chip in the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro”, says Apple.
So Apple will finally release iOS 13 tomorrow, September 19th on all the iOS devices and the tech giant will then release the next version of the OS which is iOS 13.1 on September 30th.
At present we have only limited information regarding the launch of both the versions of the OS, and we will update the article if we will get similar information. And as all these are just reports and nothing has been officially confirmed by the company yet, so the best will be to wait and watch until Apple itself makes some official announcements.