With Apple’s official iOS 13 GM, 13.1 and iPadOS 13 beta 3 release comes a set of accompanying release notes to keep users informed. Designed to provide information and context, each preview seed comes with a changelog and any currently known issues or areas of concern.

Finally; there is an end in sight as far as iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 are concerned. With Apple releasing the Golden Master seed of iOS 13 and beta 3 of 13.1, the business has essentially set the scene for a public release in the coming weeks, which, as we all know now, is set for September 19 for iOS 13 and September 30 for iOS 13.1.

In an ideal world, this release would be seamless, flawless, and full of hope and wonder without bringing any issues to any device owner. In reality, it’s likely to be largely flawless and ready for the primetime but also contains some issues that users will encounter.

It is very easy to receive notification of a preview seed and convince yourself that it is going to be perfect. With that in mind, it’s very important to note that this is indeed still part of the development process and is therefore still classified as a pre-release seed. Yes, this is the final step to the firmware coming out of beta, but they are still very much open for change at this point, so keep that in mind when you play with the GM or beta and when you peruse any known issues below.

If you are planning on jumping two feet into Apple’s released developer seeds then it is definitely worth checking out the information below to see exactly what is included in this build as indicated directly from the horse’s mouth. Check out the information linked below to get up to speed and to ensure that you don’t miss out on any issues. Remember, this comes directly from Apple so it’s immediately evident that it is a source of truth and definitely worth paying attention to.

iOS 13.0 GM Release Notes

iOS 13.1 Beta 3 Release Notes

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