iOS 13 beta 3 proposes new wired strategy for transferring data between gadgets

Prior today, Apple released the third developer betas of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS Catalina. While new betas are usually focused for the most part around performance upgrades and bug fixes, it’s not uncommon for new highlights to be found.

While investigating the code changes between iOS 13 beta 2 and iOS 13 beta 3, everyone saw some new resources in the Setup application – which runs when people set up a new gadget for the first time or after a reset. These new resources could propose that Apple is dealing with a new approach to transfer data between gadgets.

Right now, when people set up a new iOS gadget, they can restore it from an iTunes backup or from an iCloud backup. The second option can be accelerated by having another iOS gadget beside the new one, signed in to their Apple ID account. This enables their data to be transferred wirelessly.

New resources and strings found in iOS 13 beta 3 propose Apple is working on a approach to transfer data from another iOS gadget directly, utilizing a cable. One of advantages demonstrates a picture of two iPhones associated with one another utilizing a cable. It’s indistinct how this could be accomplished precisely given that present iPhones feature a Lightning port and Apple does not offer a Lightning-to-Lightning cable.

Everyone attempted to cause the new transfer options to show up on a gadget running iOS 13 developer beta 3 by resetting the gadget and doing the setup procedure manually, yet no new alternatives appeared. It’s conceivable that the new information move strategies are not prepared at this point or are being dealt with for unreleased gadgets.