Until that took a while, but here we are: Apple has just released the third beta versions of iOS 13 (compilation 17A5522f) of iPadOS 13 (17A5522f) of macOS Catalina 10.15 (19A501i) of watchOS 6 (17R5521e) and the tvOS 13 (17J5515e).
We also have, in this update roll, the third test version of the Xcode 11 (compilation 11M362V).
These are the first versions of systems released after Apple started their public testing program (except watchOS 6, which cannot be tested by the general public). In other words, it is to be hoped that Ma has polished the tips of the systems a bit more here and there, however, only to be discovered when you developers put your hands on the new versions and tell you what you are finding here.
Remembering that we explain in this post how you can do the downgrade It's a beta version of the system if you're not enjoying the experience anyway, the best option is always to wait to update when the final releases are released (probably September).
For now, the third beta versions of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, macOS 10.15 and tvOS 13 are not yet available on the Apple Beta Software Program, and of course we will let you know as soon as this happens.
Update 7/2/2019 5:24 PM
As our reader noted Ale Maia (thanks!) Apple has warned that it is important to update your iPhone to the latest version of iOS 13 beta. before update any Apple Watches connected to your device to some beta version of watchOS 6.
The warning certainly serves to prevent any problems with Watch updating although it is not clear what kind of failure can be experienced in this case. Here's the tip anyway.
In addition, the note warns that for some obscure reason iOS 13 beta 3 is not being made available to 7/7 Plus iPhones. It may be late, it may only be back in beta 4.
Update II by Rafael Fischmann 07/03/2019 at 23:00
Second public beta versions of macOS Catalina 10.15 and tvOS 13 are now also available to members of the Apple Beta Software Program. For now, no iOS / iPadOS 13.