As always, exactly two weeks after the release of the first beta versions of its future operating systems, Apple today released the second beta versions of iOS 13 (compilation 17A5508m) of iPadOS 13 (17A5508m) from macOS Catalina 10.15 (19A487l) of watchOS 6 (17R5507l) and tvOS 13 (17,5501).
In addition, Apple has also made available the Xcode 11 beta 2 (compilation 11M337m).
Note that 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'd better stay away from them.
A new feature of iOS 13 beta 2 and iPadOS 13 beta 2 that it will now be possible to install systems from the “beta profile” before, you had to go to the Apple developer portal, download the system and install it from your Mac. /PRAÇA; Now, just download the profile and download / install to beta 2 from the device itself (OTA.
We've, of course, already covered a lot of new features from iOS 13, iPadOS 13, macOS Catalina 10.15, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13. If more relevant changes come along in this new batch of beta releases, we'll get it right here on the site. 😉
Update by Rafael Fischmann 6/17/2019 15:21
Let's go to the first news that started popping up.
O tvOS 13 beta 2 won an untold commentary feature: PiP video support (Picture-in-Picture), “Minimized” in the corner of the screen as you navigate other parts of the system.
– Nikolaj Hansen-Turton (@nikolajht) June 17, 2019
J no iOS / iPadOS 13 beta 2, Apple has enabled connectivity to SMB servers in Files (Files), as I had promised before. The app is also working with ExFAT and APFS drives now.
For the concerned crowd, the shortcuts of 3D touch that were not working in beta 1 returned to working in beta 2. This does not mean, however, that Apple does not actually kill 3D Touch on future iPhones.
In Apple Maps, the new feature Look Around has been translated to "Look around":
O 9to5Mac are compiling other minor changes in the new trial versions, including improvements to certain aspects of the interface, the new Camera app Portrait Lighting options announced in the keynote, some new stickers for Memojis and setting up different voices for HomePod.