📥 Download iPadOS 13.1 Beta 4 IPSW (build 17A5844a)

WWDC 2019 came with a big surprise. The iPad is no longer a direct member of the iOS family. The unique device is getting an OS for itself, and it’s called the iPadOS. Of course, it’s like the tvOS, which is a part of iOS and has a name for itself.

The new iPad OS will carry the same version number as the parent iOS will. If you’ve got a developer account with Apple, you can download the iPadOS 13 from the developer portal. If not, get the iPadOS 13 IPSW firmware images from the download links below.

💡 Tip
You need to iTunes 12.10 to install iPadOS 13 from a Windows PC

Download iPadOS 13.1 Beta 4 IPSW Restore Images

iPad modeliPadOS versionDownload link
iPad Pro (11 inch) 3rd generationiPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad Pro (12.9-inch) 3rd generationiPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad Pro (10.5 inch) 2nd generationiPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad Pro (12.9-inch) 2nd generationiPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad (5th generation)iPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad (6th generation)iPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad mini (5th generation)iPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad Air (3rd generation)iPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad mini 4iPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad Air 2iPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad Pro (9.7‑inch) 1st generationiPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download
iPad Pro (12.9‑inch) 1st GenerationiPadOS 13.1 (17A5844a)Download

Installing iPadOS 13.1 on iPad

Windows 10 users: The current version of iTunes doesn’t support iOS 13 IPSW files yet, but you can install iOS 13 using a command line tool on Windows 10. Check out the link below:

How to Install iOS 13 from Windows 10 Command Line (not iTunes)

Mac users: You can either install the macOS Catalina Beta or install Xcode Beta 11 on your Mac to be able to install iOS 13 on your compatible devices. For more details, check the link below:

Unable to install iOS 13 via iTunes? Download Xcode Beta 11


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