iOS 13 Public Beta 1 Has A "Thrill Seeking" Secret

Apple is hiding a dirty little secret about their first public iOS 13

iOS 13 Public Beta 1 Has A "Thrill Seeking" Secret

Curated via Twitter from Forbes Tech’s twitter account….

Important Note for Thrill Seekers: If you’re interested in living on the edge and trying out the great new features in iOS & iPadOS 13, we strongly advise waiting for the many bug fixes and refinements coming to the public beta later this month.

Important Note for Thrill Seekers: If you’re interested in living on the edge and trying out the great new features in iOS & iPadOS 13, we strongly advise waiting for the many bug fixes and refinements coming to the public beta later this month.

Either way, it means that the more stable build that the earlier release notes promised isn’t going to happen until later Public Beta releases and you might find iOS 13 Public Beta 1 to be buggier than your typical beta.

Either way, it means that the more stable build that the earlier release notes promised isn’t going to happen until later Public Beta releases and you might find iOS 13 Public Beta 1 to be buggier than your typical beta.

Last week I was consoling those who stuck with the iOS 12. 4 Public Beta with the fact that iOS 13 Public Beta 2 was so buggy that Apple itself recommended it for "Thrill Seekers" only.

Or maybe the company felt the pressure to release a Public Beta build prior to the July 4th holiday.

Or maybe the company felt the pressure to release a Public Beta build prior to the July 4th holiday.

The "on the edge" iOS 13 Developer Beta 2 and iOS 13 Public Beta 1 are the exact same build.

Last week I was consoling those who stuck with the iOS 12. 4 Public Beta with the fact that iOS 13 Public Beta 2 was so buggy that Apple itself recommended it for "Thrill Seekers" only.

And why haven’t we seen any official Public Beta release notes yet?

And why haven’t we seen any official Public Beta release notes yet?

The "on the edge" iOS 13 Developer Beta 2 and iOS 13 Public Beta 1 are the exact same build.

But it also means that bug list in my initial Public Beta 1 installation article is fair game.

But it also means that bug list in my initial Public Beta 1 installation article is fair game.

If you haven’t already installed the beta, I’d recommend waiting for Public Beta 2 or even Public Beta 3 before taking the plunge.

If you haven’t already installed the beta, I’d recommend waiting for Public Beta 2 or even Public Beta 3 before taking the plunge.

There are some major deal-breakers in that list that may change your plans in regards to the iOS 13 Public Beta.

There are some major deal-breakers in that list that may change your plans in regards to the iOS 13 Public Beta.

So why did Apple get rid of this disclaimer when they released iOS 13 Public Beta 1?

So why did Apple get rid of this disclaimer when they released iOS 13 Public Beta 1?

Despite the bait and switch, beta testers should always assume that the software they’re installing, especially early builds of major releases, is going to have significant flaws.

Despite the bait and switch, beta testers should always assume that the software they’re installing, especially early builds of major releases, is going to have significant flaws.

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