Apple has already launched its Public Beta program for iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7 and macOS 11 Big Sur so that users who want to can install Betas on their devices. Do you want to fit how to test all these new updates for free and without having to be a developer? We explain it step by step.
For the past few years, Apple has allowed anyone to install Betas on their devices without having to pay for a developer account. This way you can test the news that future updates bring before they are officially released. If you want to install these new versions that will arrive on our devices in the autumn without paying anything, and without having to download unreliable web profiles, This is the best option. In the video you can see all the steps to register your devices and thus be able to install these updates.
Currently only Betas for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are available. This Public Beta program also includes watchOS 7 and macOS 11 Big Sur, but they are not yet available. It is expected that it will not take more than a few days to install them and the procedure will be similar to that described in the video. The website of the Apple Public Beta program is https://beta.apple.com and from there you just have to follow the steps that we indicate in the video to register the device you want.
Always remember that a Beta is a software version in development and that therefore it is not without bugs, in fact, it is normal that there are. Higher battery consumption, applications that do not work, unexpected closings, device restarts … All this can happen at any time, so it is not recommended that they be installed on the main devices that you use every day.