Apple developers do not rest even in August. The company has just launched the sixth beta of iOS 13, iPadOS, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 for the entire community of programmers who are testing these versions before they go out to all the public at the end of next month.
At the moment there are no news on these betas, we continue to refine the novelties presented at WWDC19 and we look forward to any interesting details that developers can find. At the moment there is no sixth beta of macOS Catalina, so we hope this version will appear in the future.
We will never stop releasing this notice with each beta launch: don't install them unless you are completely sure of what you are doing. They are unstable versions, possibly insecure, slower and designed to experiment and test. The best thing you can do is wait for the final versions of all these systems to appear stably.
If you are a developer or still with the notice you want to install the beta on your device, you can do so whenever you are signed up for the Apple Developer Program. You can upgrade to these beta 6 from Settings as if it were any stable software update.
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