Apple has released a new iOS beta version for developers and promptly updated the public test program. The new version number is iOS 13.6, a corresponding update is also available as iPadOS 13.6. The new beta brings a few more features. Now there is now the possibility to allow Apple for iOS updates via the settings, on the one hand, to download the updates automatically and on the other hand to install them automatically.
Update for the health app
The second big change affects the Health app. This has been expanded so that the user can now enter symptoms: Users should manually add symptoms such as cough, headache, body aches and so on. Each of the symptoms then has additional severity points in the app. Third-party apps will be able to incorporate them as well as other health metrics.
As of now, the update is available in the usual ways: Registered beta testers can obtain the update most easily via the auto-update function. Alternatively, you can initiate the update yourself. To do this, look for an available update via Settings / General / Software update.
Here Is How to take part in the beta program
Unlike the public test program, the developer program is chargeable. To participate in the public beta program, you only need to register once at https://beta.apple.com/sp/en/betaprogram from the relevant device. This also applies to all beta versions that Apple is testing, i.e. for iPhone, iPad, Watch, Mac, and Apple TV. To do this, users must store their Apple ID and then receive the update automatically via the update function. New versions are then also automatically added to the device. The finished update for iOS 13.6 is expected later this month.