Apple continues testing their new operating systems. Just yesterday cupertinos seeded the first iOS 13.1, and today saw the light of the public version of the OSes. In addition to it, Apple released the seventh beta of macOS Cataline. The latter is available only to registered developers.
Judging by the description of the seventh beta version of Mac OS 10.15, it cupertinos have focused primarily on eliminating bugs and improving the stability of third-party applications. In addition, the developers at Apple have tried to increase the speed of Apple’s desktop platform.
As for the public beta version of iOS 13.1, it is almost a complete copy of the Assembly that became available yesterday to registered developers. It showed additional indicators for volume slider, new icons in the application Home, adding dynamic Wallpapers, etc. Changes in the system are not very many and all of them are more cosmetic in nature.