If you are an iPhone user, then you should know about the recent announcement of Apple Inc. Last week, Apple launched the beta version of iOS 14 at WWDC 2020 on 9 July 2020. Many iPhone users are already excited to use the new version of iOS. They named it iOS 14 which comes up with mind-boggling and advanced features.
Even though the beta version is launched, the full software will launch after three months which is at around September. If you are also curious to know about it and install it on your iPhone, then keep reading the article until the end.
What Is Beta Version?
Before knowing the beta version of a software, you should know what exactly is beta version. To keep it simple, Betas are the pre-mature version of the original service. Well, it is used for testing and pointing out fault and compatibilty of the software. While using the beta version software, one can give feedback.
There are two types of beta version: Software Developers beta and Public Beta version. The public beta version is for anyone. However, both types go through a dozen changes before a major launch. Today, we will teach you how to install the public beta version.
How To Install iOS 14 In Your iPhone?
First of all, check whether your device is compatible or not. Just to let you know, the iOS 14 is compatible starting from iPhone 6s. If your iPhone is compatible, follow these instructions.
- Go to Apple Beta Page>Click Sign Up>Register with your Apple ID.
- Log In to the Beta Software Program.
- Click the ‘Enroll’ button on your iOS device.
- Go to beta.apple.com/profile on your iOS device.
- Download and install the configuration device.
- Go to Settings app>General>Software Update.
- Update Software and restart your iPhone.
Risk And Pre-Cautions
As a beta version, it might be buggy and some app might not work properly. If you rely in an app to carry out your daily work, then we suggest you to back up your iPhone before installing the iOS 14. Just in case, if something goes wrong, you can restore your iPhone’s settings and data back to normal.
If you want to try using the beta version, we strongly recommend you install it on your old device and as some of the app you rely on might not work properly. So, use your old iPhone to try the new iOS 14. Furthermore, you can also wait a little longer to use iOS 14 as the closer Apple move towards the official release, the fewer bugs, and improved performance.