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The second betas of iOS 13.6, iPadOS 13.6, tvOS 13.4.8, macOS 10.15.6 have been released by apple.


With developers now able to try new and renamed versions of iOS 13.6 and the iPadOS 13.6, together with the tvOS 13.4.8 and macOS 10.15.6 that retains version numbers, Apple has proceeded to its second round of the present beta test cycle.

The latest versions may be downloaded via the Apple Developer's Center by developers on the beta-testing system, or as an over-the-air hardware update with previous beta builds. An upcoming public beta version is expected to arrive and will be available on the website of Apple Beta Software.

The latest betas, iOS 13.4.5, iPadOS 13.5.5, and MacOS Catalina 10.15.6 released last week and watchOS 6.2.8 and tvOS 13.4.8 on June 3, are released on June 1 of this year, the second betas are released.

On publication, Apple provided betas for iOS, iPadOS, tvOS and macOS, while watchOS 6.2.8 is still on the way to its second version.

As an example Apple has taken steps to add a new version number for the iOS and iPadOS betas, each from 13.5.5 to 13.6. There is no doubt about why the change has been made at this time but this is not the first time that Apple has done an alteration in the mid Beta version.

There is little detail on iOS and iPadOS beta content but code review indicates that Apple might be preparing for the launching of Apple's news audio recording, as well as other audio stories from the day.

Due to the small chance of data loss or other difficulties Apple itself strongly recommends users avoid installing betas on "mission-critical" or primary devices. Betas should instead be installed on secondary or non-essential devices and important data backups are available if there is a problem.

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