Apple announced iOS 14 several days ago. With the announcement, the first beta version for developers was released on the same day. Apple also announced that the public beta will be launched on July XNUMX. However, some users were impatient to try the new system and they want it now. If you are one of those users, continue to find out how.
What is the difference?
Contrary to some belief. Public beta releases are not much different from developers' ones. They are almost the same. But the difference is in the arrangement of the chests. Since the first public beta is usually the second version of the developer beta. So that major bugs from beta developers are fixed and safe (relatively only, not completely). Also, those with a developer account may get more beta versions and faster than the year. Because the developer versions do not consider their stability. Mostly, the developer installs it on devices intended for development only and not for daily use.
The summary is that the public beta is a selective version of that of the developers.
What are the risks?
Downloading a trial version of the systems is dangerous in itself. To get the early version, there are several easy ways to get a developer update file. This not only gives you the early update now but always. So your system will be less stable even than the public beta many times. Running public or developer beta can lead to loss of important files or system failure and the need to do a complete hardware reformatting.It has all its contents. Therefore, the best thing that you can do in order of risks, from least to most, is the following:
Never download a trial version. Next comes a download of the public version on a slave device, then a download of the generic version on a major device. And finally, the most dangerous one is downloading the developer version, especially on your main device.
Make a backup copy
It is always important, but especially if you want to download a trial version of the system. You should absolutely back up your preferred method. Either by using iTunes or any of the available cloud services. So that your files are safe from loss in the event of any crashes with the system.
Make sure your device is supported
The devices that support iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are all those that support iOS 13 and are as follows:
IPhone 6s and later.
◉ iPhone SE, Juleh.
IPod touch (XNUMXth generation).
IPad Pro for all its generations.
IPad mini (fourth generation) and newer.
IPad (XNUMXth generation) and newer.
IPad Air 2 and later.
Download iOS 14 Developer Edition
If you want the easiest way and also that ensures you get updates, you can go through your iPhone or iPad from the Safari browser (make sure it is Safari and not any other browser) to -this linkSelect the system you want, then press Download and allow the download, or press Allow.
Now you can go to Settings -> General -> Profile, then click on Install at the top of the page. The device will request to restart.
Now you can find the update in Settings -> General -> Software Update. To do its job like any regular update.
Want to unsubscribe from continuous updates?
Go to Settings -> General -> Profiles and click on the developer file that you downloaded. Then choose Remove Profile and enter the password. Thus, you will not receive any new updates.
Through the computer
Don't want to do it through your smart device for some reason? You can update through the computer. Visit -this linkOn the computer, then instead of pressing Download, click on IPSW. This will lead you to a page from which to choose the version of your device. Download the version.
After downloading, choose your secondary device that you want to update. Then connect it to the computer. Then you have to open iTunes from Windows or an old Mac system. Or Files on a Mac with Catalina. Now go to the iPhone page and press the Option or Alt button on the keyboard continuously and at the same time press the Restore option and choose the update file that you downloaded from your device, then follow the steps.
be cerfull! Because doing this will result in losing all of your files on the iPhone, it is set up as a new device.
Want to go back to iOS 13?
You may have tried the new system and now you want to revert to the stable version of iOS 13. All you have to do is connect the device to the computer. Open iTunes and go to your device. Then hit Restore but without the Option / Alt button. ITunes will restore the device on the latest iOS 13 and wipe all data from it, then you can restore the backup.
One last warning
We know that you are excited to try iOS 14, but the system is not stable, and most likely you will have to do a complete system reformat when you are facing a major problem. Therefore, be patient until its official release to enjoy it and it is full and supported by applications.