Apple has slowly been releasing developer betas for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 throughout the summer. Most of the time this means minor changes to the new features Apple introduced along with performance and stability improvements, but here and there it introduces some delayed features that it hasn't really talked about.

We're making it our mission to find these new features. The latest develper beta is no different. Here's everything new that Apple added with the latest developer beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.

What's new with iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 beta 7?

Apple today released the seventh developer beta for iOS 13 that continues to tweak the software changes as the official release nears. Here are some of the notable changes.

  • Dark Mode: The wording for the Dark Mode toggle within Control Center has been changed slightly. Instead of Light Appearance and Dark Appearance, it now says Light Mode and Dark Mode.

  • Folder Design: After changing the gradient of Folders to match the wallpaper better in the last beta, Apple reversed course to the standard lighter gradient that provides more contrast.

  • Deleting Media in Messages: Apple returned the function that lets users delete media attachments within the Info section in Messages.

  • Do Not Disturb: The Do Not Disturb mode now syncs between an iPhone and Apple Watch. When it is enabled on one device, it'll automatically turn on for the other.

  • All Photos: An All Photos view has been added to the revamped Photos app in iOS 13. Previously, only a Years, Months and Days sections was available.

  • Blocked Senders Options: Beta 7 adds more options for the blocked sensors Mail feature. You now have the options to "Move to Trash" and "Mark as Blocked, Leave in Inbox."

  • Silence Unknown Callers: When turning on Silence Unknown Callers, there is a new text that alerts you that "Incoming calls will continue to ring from people in your contacts, recent outgoing calls, and Siri Suggestions."

  • Find My: The Notify When Found function is now working in the Find My app. Apple also introduced a new "Help a Friend" feature with this new beta.

As we continue finding new features in the developer beta updates, we'll continue updating this post.

What's new with iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 beta 6?

Apple today release the sixth beta for iOS 13 introducing a few under the radar tweaks to the overall UI along with the usual bug fixes. Here are some of the major changes.

  • Dark mode Control Center toggle: There is now a new Dark Mode toggle within Control Center making it super easy to turn the mode on.

  • Hidden Links: A new 3D Touch option now lets you disable link previews depending on the site.

  • Folders: The new beta has a slight change the transparency of the folders. It now matches the wallpapers better, leading to a better and cleaner look. Folders within the dock will now contrast more as well.

  • Three Finger controls: Apple is brings the three finger controls from the iPad to the iPhone. Tapping on the screen with three fingres now brings up controls for undo, redo, copy, paste.

  • Background Location warning: iOS 13 beta 6 now warns users in more detail when an app is using background location tracking.

  • Bluetooth Device warning: Whenever you sync a device, it willl now warn you that the app could use Bluetooth when it is nearby.

  • Splash Screens: The Photos and Apple Arcade now have formal splash screens that announce everything that is new with the app with recent updates.

  • Privacy Policy: There are new privacy policies for the Analytics, Apple Pay and Location pages that pop up.

  • Volume adjuster: The Volume toggle is back down to 16 points of volume. Beta 5 introduced 34 points of adjusting but Apple has gone back to the original format.

  • Network icon: The LTE or 5GE icon has returned to its original size. Beta 5 introduced icons that were slightly bigger, matching the signal bar and battery icon more closely.

What's new with iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 beta 5?

Apple just released the fifth developer betas for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, bringing forth many new features that seem quite interesting. Most of the major changes affect the iPad.

  • iPad icon customization: You can now adjust the number icons you have on the iPad home screen. You can either go for the denser, 6x5 layout with smaller icons and more right icons, or 4x5 layout with spaced out and bigger icons.

  • Cursor customization: Apple introduced more customization over the cursor for the iPad. You can now adjust the size of it to tend different points, along with the already available color and auto-hide options.

  • Dark Mode switcher: Apple now asks you if you want to enable Dark Mode when users download iOS 13. The transition betwen Light and Dark mode has also been refined.

  • CarPlay album art: You now have the option to turn on or off album art work in CarPlay.

  • Volume adjuster: You now have 34 different points on which to adjust the volume level. The volume slider also offers taptic feedback.

  • Reopen closed window: In app exposé for the iPad, you now have the ability to reopen a window you have previously closed.

  • Home app wallpapers: The Home app now offers more wallpapers to select from. They include various colors with a minimalist finish.

  • Siri for Everyone setup: Siri for Everyone now understands multiple voices. However, you will need HomePodOS 13 to enable the new feature.

  • Share sheet: The share sheet in the iPad has been changed up. It now looks cleaner with different typography icons.

  • Automations tab in Shortcuts: The "Automations" tabs in the Shortcuts app has been temporarily removed. No word on if it'll appear with a minor upgrade or the next developer beta update.

  • Larger network icon: The carrier icon in the corner of the iPhone has been made slightly larger. It night fits more snuggly between the signal bar and battery icon.

  • Achievement Move icons: The achievement goals in the Activity app have been expanded. You are now rewarded with a badge after hitting goals all the way up to 2,000 times.

What's new with iOS 13 as a whole?

Apple added a ton of new feature in iOS 13 like Dark Mode, performance upgrades and many more features that are sure to make your iPhone feel like a new device. If you want to know more about these new features, check out our iOS 13 guide.

Everything you need to know about iOS 13