The second round of beta testing for iOS 13.1 and iPad OS 13.1 is live now, though currently they require that you have a developer account in order to do so. However, we have a way for you to access this beta without having one, and we’ll detail how you can do just that in this article.
Before we get anywhere, we strongly urge that you back up all of your data. You can do this with either iCloud or iTunes, and doing so will allow you to restore your device to a previous version if anything goes terribly wrong while accessing the beta. Considering that there inevitably is going to be bugs, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Now that you’ve got your data backed up, go ahead and download this profile to your iPhone or iPad depending on which beta you want to access. Once it is installed you will need to restart your device, which will allow you to access the beta. Once you’ve rebooted you need to go settings > general > software update and you’ll see that beta 2 is available for download. Once the download is finished you will officially be in either the iPadOS 13.1 beta or the iOS 13.1 beta.
If you don’t feel like downloading the beta and would rather just wait for the official release, you don’t have much longer to wait. Apple will be holding their reveal event for their new devices later this month, and the new OS for both devices will be going live right around that time.