You can now download iOS 13.2 / iPadOS 13.1 beta 1 IPSW links and OTA update profile for your compatible iPhone or iPad. As always, we are on hand with all of the details.

Apple has been dishing out beta releases of iOS and iPadOS left right and center recently. In fact, the company has been seeding releases into the development and testing communities pertaining to iOS 13 since June of this year.

We have, of course, seen a number of production releases since then but we are now receiving iOS 13.2 beta 1, which represents the next stage of development as far as iOS 13 is concerned.

There have been so many releases recently that it can become quite confusing and difficult to keep on track of what has been released, what is in production, and what is classified as a pre-release seed. Also, it’s almost impossible to keep track of the features which have been introduced and subsequently pulled and which have made their way back into the software.

Having iOS 13.2 on the table this soon may seem surprising to some but makes perfect sense when you consider that Apple essentially pulled some features out of previous releases. This includes things like offering Deep Fusion camera feature for iPhone 11 lineup, secure video and router experiences via HomeKit, and even iCloud Drive folder sharing. Apple has also introduced new features within Screen Time and further improved Siri to make the voice control part of iOS 13 a lot more robust and powerful.

We will, of course, be putting this latest release through its paces internally here at RP HQ, but we also advise that anyone with the relevant account access also get it installed onto their devices and give it a whirl. Especially if you wish to get access to some of the features which were to be released with iOS 13 but were subsequently removed.

Go and grab the release right now on your compatible iPhone or iPad as an OTA Update via Settings > General > Software Update section of the device itself or as an IPSW file from developer.apple.com.

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