- Tram Ho
iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 official versions will be released in the next few months. But right now, you can download iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 public beta by yourself, to experience it early without having to be a software developer.
These public betas will also automatically update to the new version, until the official version is released. If you’re willing to risk encountering bugs to experience new features, you can follow the simple instructions below.
Before we start, here’s the usual warning when installing beta versions. These public beta versions are usually quite stable, but there may still be many bugs that will not be fixed until the official release. In addition, some features in the final version may not be available in this early beta. Finally, you should back up your data just in case.
iPhones that can update to iOS 15 include iPhone 6S and later, iPhone SE (1st and 2nd generation) and 7th generation iPod Touch.
To install the iOS 15 public beta, you start by visiting Apple’s beta software page from the Safari browser on your iPhone, then sign in with your Apple ID account. Select “Enroll Your Devices” in the menu at the top right of the website.
Select “iOS” on the far left. There will be a prompt to back up your data from your iPhone to your macOS computer. Scroll down until you see the “Download profile” button, click and select “Allow” to complete the download of the new profile.
Then open the Settings app on your iPhone. A new option “Profile Downloaded” will be added at the top. Click and wait for the iOS 15 public beta download to complete. So you can install iOS 15 on your iPhone.
iPads that can update to iPadOS 15 include all iPad Pro, iPad (5th generation and later), iPad Mini (4th generation and later), and iPad Air (2nd generation and later). Installation is similar to iOS 15 public beta, but instead of choosing iOS on Apple’s beta software page , you will choose iPadOS.
Source : Genk