In Apple they are clear that they need to improve the versions of their different OS to launch them to the general public with the fewest possible failures and problemsThat is why they continue to release new beta versions for developers and very soon for users who are registered in the public beta program.
At the moment we have the iOS 8 beta 13, iPad OS, tvOS 13, and watchOS 6 in the hands of developers and since last Monday the beta version of macOS Catalina as well. Now it is important to make improvements in the stability and security of the new versions, so it is normal not to find too many news beyond what is mentioned.
We are not aware at the moment that there are outstanding changes in them, but if any notable appear we will update this same article or write a new one with the news. We must remember that the watchOS versions do not allow a downgrade in case of installation and we also have to have the iPhone also updated to the beta versions of iOS 13 so that it works correctly within the operation of the betas.
As we always say, it is important to stay away from these versions of developers and wait if it is the case, the exit of the public beta versions that will be released in the next few hours. The truth is that Apple's beta versions are usually quite stable but as such they are betas and may have some incompatibility with a tool or application that we use for work and therefore we must be careful with what we install on our devices.