Apple today made iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 beta 2 available to developers. This is also the first update to be made available via OTA update. Here’s what’s new this time around.



Want Gold Milanese Loop Apple Watch band? Here’s the option that will cost you 1/10th the official price by Apple.




Amazon and Anker have teamed up to offer a discount code which will discount the extremely reliable PowerLine II 3-in-1cable down to just $11. This is a must-have purchase for every smartphone owner and even more so now that it comes with an impressive discount associated with it.



Here’s how to download and install iOS 13 beta 2 OTA update Configuration Profile file and iPadOS 13 without registered UDID or developer account.



The AirPods Wireless Charging Case is a relatively new addition to Apple’s arsenal of accessories which means it isn’t one we’ve seen a deal on before. Right now you can take advantage of the first deal of its like by picking up a Wireless Charging Case for just $69.99.



Here are iOS 13 beta 2 release notes, new features, changelog, bugs and known issues according to Apple themselves.




Remote garage doors are great, but smart garage doors are even better. The Meross MSG100 garage door opener is one such device, and it’s available right now for a huge discount.



You can now download iOS 13 beta 2 IPSW links, OTA update including iPadOS 13 beta 2 for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device.



LumaFusion 2.0 update for iOS has added major UI changes, new features, and performance improvements and much more. Here are the details.



The cute and highly portable Anker SoundCore Ace A0 Wireless Mini Speaker is currently being exposed on Amazon for just $14.99. With no discount codes or on-page coupons required, this is a straight discount for a very appealing Bluetooth speaker.



A pack of 4 Meross smart plugs complete with WiFi functionality is currently available on Amazon for just $29.99. The deal, which includes a straight-up product discount and an on-page coupon code, means that each unit costs approximately $7.50.



One of the many features that Apple announced iOS 13 would ship with later this year is support for HomeKit video cameras via HomeKit Secure Video. Now Logitech has confirmed that one of its existing devices will support it.



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