As announced in the dizzying opening keynote of WWDC19 held today, and we are in another round of test versions.
Apple has just released the first beta versions of iOS 13 (compilation 17A5492t) of iPadOS 13 (17A5492t yes, same as iOS, which makes sense since they are essentially the same system), macOS Catalina 10.15 (19A471t) of watchOS 6 (17R5491t) and the tvOS 13 (17J5485s).
But take it easy, not only that: We also have the first versions of Apple's various software and utility tests aimed at developers, educators, and corporate users. The first betas of the Xcode 11 (build 11M336W) from the new Reality Composer (1A68) of TestFlight 2.6 (37) of Classroom for iPad 3.1 (3B3g) of Classroom for Mac 2.1 (2B3d) of macOS Server 5.9 (191010b) of the Apple Configurator 2.10 (3K13) and the Apple Remote Desktop 3.9.2 (1A25). Ufa!
Obviously, the main features of the systems and software listed above were covered in the keynote just now (iOS 13, iPadOS 13, macOS Catalina 10.15, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13); other details and details will surely be revealed in the other sessions of WWDC and, of course, as the brave explorers of the digital world put their hands on beta versions. We, of course, are ready to bring any discoveries as soon as possible.
The above versions are intended for developers; public testing versions of operating systems will be released by Apple in July, when major bugs and issues are properly addressed. So if you're a developer, you better stay away from these current versions. ?