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Apple’s iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 are launching officially on September 20th, , but you can test them in the public beta right now if you’re willing to risk encountering possible bugs. Here, we walk you through the steps for installing the software. It’s a similar process for the iPhone and iPad, but we’ve made separate sections for each OS.

As expected, Apple announced the release date at its September event, where it also showed off the new iPhone 13, iPad Mini with USB-C charging, and more.

Before we get started, here’s the usual word of warning about installing unfinished beta software: these releases may seem stable for general use, but they could contain some bugs. Your experience may differ from others depending on the apps you use. And finally, if you do decide to install, I suggest backing up your device’s data, in case things go badly.

What are the new features that come with iOS 15?

Some new features coming to iOS 15 include updates to FaceTime, Messages, notifications, privacy controls, and much more. For example, FaceTime will support spatial audio and reflect the speaker’s location on-screen, with a new voice isolation ability that can remove background noise. Other changes for FaceTime include the ability to share music and videos during calls and to invite Android users to a FaceTime call with a shareable link.

SharePlay, which will allow people to enjoy streaming entertainment together at the same time, was one of iOS 15’s most anticipated features, but Apple recently decided that it won’t arrive in the final version of iOS 15 launching on September 20th. Instead, it’ll arrive later in fall

What devices are supported for iOS 15?

Here’s the list:

  • iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone X, iPhone XR
  • iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus
  • iPhone SE (first and second generation)
  • iPod Touch (seventh generation)

How to install the iOS 15 beta

  • Head to Apple’s beta software portal from your phone’s Safari browser and agree to sign in with your Apple ID.
  • Select “Enroll Your Devices” within the drop-down menu at the top right of the webpage, if it automatically doesn’t route you there.
  • Select “iOS,” which is the left-most option on the next page. Doing so will reveal a reminder to make sure that you’ve sent a backup of your phone’s content to your macOS computer, in case you need to revert to a previous state.
  • Scroll down until you find a button that says “Download profile,” then tap on it. This will bring up a warning that says the website is trying to download a configuration profile. Select “Allow.” You will get a pop-up window that says you can set the new profile from the Settings app.
  • Open the Settings app. A new section called “Profile Downloaded” should be added near the top. Select it, and you’ll have access to the beta software download. You may need to restart your phone for the profile to activate.
  • Congrats, you did it!

What are the new features that come with iPadOS 15?

This year’s version of iPadOS makes the home screen more customizable, and it makes split-screen multitasking easier. The App Library feature introduced last year in iOS 14 has made its way to this new iPad software. Additionally, many of the features that Apple is bringing to iOS 15 are also coming to the tablet lineup, including more spatial audio for FaceTime, portrait mode, and SharePlay, which lets you watch TV or listen to music with others who are on the call. Chris Welch wrote all about the new features here, including a section on how iPadOS 15 “punts for another year on ‘pro’ requests,” delivering features that will appeal more generally to people instead of ones for pro-level users.

What devices are supported for iPadOS 15?

Here’s the list:

  • iPad Pro inch (first through fifth generation)
  • iPad Pro inch (first through third generation)
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  • iPad (fifth through eighth generation)
  • iPad Mini (fourth and fifth generation)
  • iPad Air (second through fourth generation)

How to download the iPadOS 15 beta

  • Head to Apple’s beta software portal from your iPad’s Safari browser.
  • Click “Enroll Your Devices” at the top of the webpage (you may need to scroll horizontally to find it).
  • Click “iPadOS,” which is the option that’s second from the left on the next page. Doing so will reveal a reminder to first make a backup on your macOS computer in case you need to revert your OS to a previous state.
  • Scroll down until you find a button that says “Download profile,” then select it. This may bring up a warning that says the website is trying to download a configuration profile. Select “Allow.” You’ll get a pop-up window that says you can set the new profile from the Settings app.
  • Open the Settings app, and a new section called “Profile Downloaded” should be added near the top. Select it, and you should have access to the beta software download. You might need to restart your iPad first.
  • Lastly, if nothing prompts you to get started with the download, open the Settings app, head to General, then find “Software Update” to install the beta software.

Update September 15th, , 2PM ET: This article was originally published on June 30th, , and has been updated to add new information about iOS 15 and iPadOS

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Installing Apple Beta Software

Beta versions of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS are available to members of the Apple Developer Program. Members can develop apps that take advantage of the latest features of Apple platforms and test existing apps for compatibility.

Overview

Beta software, including previews and seeds, refers to a version of software that's still under development and not yet released to the public. This software is intended only for installation on development devices registered under your Apple Developer Program membership. Registered development devices can be upgraded to future beta releases and the public version of the software. Attempting to install beta software in an unauthorized manner violates Apple policy and could render your device unusable and necessitate an out-of-warranty repair. Make sure to back up your devices before installing beta software and install only on devices and systems that you're prepared to erase if necessary.

iOS Beta Software

Installation Using the Configuration Profile

  1. Download the configuration profile from the download page.

    On your iOS device: Download the configuration profile directly onto your iOS device and follow the installation instructions.

    On your Mac or PC: Save the file to your hard disk and email it to an account on your iPhone. Tap the configuration profile in Mail and follow the installation instructions.

  2. Connect your device to a power cord and connect to Wi-Fi.
  3. Tap Settings > General > Software Update.
  4. Tap Download and Install.
  5. To update now, tap Install. Or tap Later and choose Install Tonight or Remind Me Later. If you tap Install Tonight, connect your device to a power cord at night and your device will update automatically by morning.
  6. If prompted, enter your passcode.

Installation Using the Restore Image

  1. Download the iOS beta software restore image for your device from the download page.
  2. Open the Finder on your Mac.
  3. Connect your iOS device to your computer with the cable that came with your device.
  4. If you’re prompted for your device passcode or to Trust This Computer, follow the onscreen steps. If you forget your passcode, help is available.
  5. Select your iOS device when it appears in the Finder sidebar.
  6. In the Summary panel, hold the Option key and click the Check for Update button.
  7. Select the iOS beta software restore image and click Open to start the installation.
  8. After installing the beta, your device will reboot and will require a network connection to complete activation.

macOS Beta Software

The macOS Developer Beta Access Utility requires macOS or later.

  1. Download the macOS Developer Beta Access Utility from the download page.
  2. Open the macOS Developer Beta Access Utility and follow the instructions.
  3. Once installation is complete, you’ll be presented with the macOS beta in the Mac App Store. Click the Download button to install the beta.
  4. When a new macOS beta becomes available, you'll receive a notification. You can install the beta in the Software Update section of System Preferences.

tvOS Beta Software

tvOS 14 beta supports Apple TV 4K and Apple TV (4th generation) only.

Installation Using the Configuration Profile

  1. Download the tvOS beta software configuration profile for the Apple TV 4K from the download page on your Mac.
  2. Make sure you're running the latest version of Xcode 12 or later on your Mac as well as macOS or later.
  3. Check that your Apple TV is plugged in and turned on.
  4. Connect your Apple TV and Mac to the same network.
  5. In Xcode, choose Window > Devices and Simulators, then in the window that appears, click Devices.
  6. On Apple TV, open Settings, then choose Remotes and Devices > Remote App and Devices. Apple TV searches for possible pairing devices.
  7. In Xcode, select your Apple TV in the left column under Discovered. The status of the Apple TV connection request appears in the detail area.
  8. Enter the verification code displayed on Apple TV and click Connect. Xcode pairs with Apple TV and a network icon appears next to your Apple TV in the left column.
  9. Make sure your Mac is running the latest version of Apple Configurator.
  10. Open Apple Configurator.
  11. To set up an Apple TV for the first time, click Prepare and follow the onscreen instructions. To add profiles for an Apple TV that you’ve previously set up, click Add, then select Profiles. You can also drag a profile from the Finder and drop it on the icon of your Apple TV.

Installation Using the Restore Image for Apple TV (4th generation) Only

  1. Download the tvOS beta software restore image for Apple TV (4th generation) from the download page on your Mac.
  2. Open the Finder.
  3. Connect your Apple TV (4th generation) to your Mac with a USB-C cable.
  4. Select your Apple TV when it appears in the Finder.
  5. In the Summary panel, hold the Option key and click the Restore Apple TV button.
  6. Select the tvOS beta software restore image and click Open to start installation.
  7. After installing the beta, your device will reboot and will require a network connection to complete activation.
  8. NOTE: If the Finder does not recognize your Apple TV, place Apple TV in recovery mode:
    1. Make sure Apple TV is connected to your Mac.
    2. Using the included remote, press and hold MENU + Play/Pause for 6 seconds until the indicator light flashes rapidly.
    3. Proceed with step 6 to restore Apple TV.

Installation Using the Restore Image for Apple TV (3rd generation) Only

  1. Identify your Apple TV model. You can find it in Settings > General > About.
  2. Download the corresponding Apple TV beta software restore image from the download page to your computer.
  3. Open the Finder.
  4. Connect your Apple TV to your computer with a micro USB cable. Ensure your Apple TV is also plugged into a power source. NOTE: An HDMI connection is not required for the install process.
  5. Select your Apple TV when it appears in the Finder.
  6. In the Summary panel, hold the Option key and click the Restore Apple TV button.
  7. Select the Apple TV beta software restore image and click Open to start installation. While your Apple TV is restoring, don’t unplug anything. The time it takes to restore your Apple TV depends on the speed of your internet connection.
  8. When your Apple TV has finished restoring, disconnect the micro USB connection from your computer, then disconnect and reconnect the power cord to restart your Apple TV.

watchOS Beta Software

watchOS 7 beta requires Apple WatchSeries 3 or later and iPhone 6s or later running iOS 14 beta.

  1. To update the software on Apple Watch, you’ll need to:
    • Make sure your Apple Watch has at least a 50 percent charge.
    • Connect your iPhone to Wi-Fi.
    • Keep your iPhone next to your Apple Watch to make sure they’re in range.
    • Make sure your iPhone is running iOS 14 beta.
  2. Download the configuration profile from the download page.

    On your iPhone: Download the configuration profile directly onto your iPhone and follow the installation instructions.

    On your Mac or PC: Save the file to your hard disk and email it to an account on your iPhone. Tap the configuration profile in Mail and follow the installation instructions.

  3. After launching the profile, tap Apple Watch as the installation location and reboot when prompted.
  4. On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch app and tap My Watch > General > Software Update.
  5. If prompted for your iPhone passcode or Apple Watch passcode, enter the passcode.
  6. Wait for the Apple logo and progress bar to appear. When the update is done, your Apple Watch will restart.

Support for Apple Watch

If your Apple Watch displays a red “!” icon, force restart your Apple Watch. Simultaneously press and hold the side button and Digital Crown for at least 10 seconds, then release when you see the Apple logo.

If force restarting your Apple Watch doesn’t resolve the issue, or if your Apple Watch restarts in recovery mode or exhibits other issues that require it to be restored with the current version of watchOS, you may need to send it in to Apple to be serviced. Apple Authorized Service Providers and Apple retail stores cannot perform this service. Once your device is received, it may take up to three business days to be serviced. You will get back the same device you sent in. This service is currently available in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

To get started, contact us.

Providing Feedback

Feedback Assistant

If you encounter any problems with beta software or if you would like to request enhancements to frameworks or API, please submit a report through Feedback Assistant. Make sure to include the build number in the bug title and description so your issue can be processed quickly.

View Feedback Assistant

Apple Beta Software Program

The iOS and macOS public betas available through the Apple Beta Software Program come with the built-in Feedback Assistant app. If you’re running the tvOS public beta, you can submit feedback through the Feedback Assistant app on an enrolled iOS device. When you experience an issue or something does not work as expected, send your feedback directly to Apple with Feedback Assistant.

Learn more about the Apple Beta Software Program

Apple Developer Forums

You can visit the forums to find information or post about issues you encounter during app development.

View discussions

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How to install the iOS 15 public beta or developer beta

Ready to test out all the new features arriving with iOS 15 like Focus mode, Live Text, offline Siri, all-new Safari, redesigned Notifications, and more? Follow along for how to install iOS 15 public beta or developer beta.

Update 9/3: If you don&#;t want to wait until the official iOS 15 release, joining the beta now can be a great option since it&#;s mostly stable with the 8th build available for the free public or developer program.

It&#;s usually a bad idea to run an early beta on your primary iPhone or iPad since there are performance and reliability issues to be ironed out. But now that Apple is on iOS 15 beta 8, you can expect quite a stable experience. It won&#;t be perfect but may be worth it if you&#;d like to get your hands on iOS 15 before the official public release later this month.


Apple announced the next major version of iOS and iPadOS at its WWDC21 keynote and made both developer betas available to test on iPhone and iPad, with the public betas arriving on June

The iOS 15 beta comes in around 5GB in size. Below we&#;ll cover how to install both the free iOS 15 public beta and developer beta.


How to install iOS 15 public beta

  1. Make a fresh backup of your iPhone or iPad with your Mac or PC in case you want to downgrade your device at any point (you can&#;t restore from a backup made in iOS 15 if you downgrade to iOS 14)
  2. On your iPhone or iPad, head to Apple’s public beta website
  3. Tap the arrow in the top right corner, sign in if you’re not already
  4. Now make sure you&#;re on the iOS &#;Guide for Public Betas&#;
  5. Swipe down and under the Get Started section, tap enroll your iOS device
  6. Swipe down again and tap Download Profile
  7. Tap Allow to download the profile, hit Close
  8. Head to Settings on your device and tap Profile Downloaded near the top
  9. Tap Install in the top right corner, enter your passcode if needed
  10. Read the consent agreement, then tap Install two more times
  11. Your iPhone or iPad will prompt you to restart to complete the changes
  12. After it reboots, head back to Settings > GeneralSoftware update
  13. You should see iOS 15 public beta available, tap Download and Install
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How to install iOS 15 developer beta

If you&#;re not already enrolled as an Apple Developer, you&#;ll need to do that here. Otherwise you can wait for the free public beta program that will launch in July.

  1. Make a fresh backup of your iPhone or iPad with your Mac or PC in case you want to downgrade your device at any point
  2. On your iPhone or iPad, head to Apple’s Developer website
  3. Tap the two-line icon in the top left corner, sign in if you’re not already under Account
  4. Tap the two-line icon in the top left corner again, choose Downloads
  5. Swipe down and tap Install Profile next to the iOS 15 beta or iPadOS 15 beta
  6. Tap Allow to download the profile, hit Close
  7. Head to Settings on your device and tap Profile Downloaded near the top
  8. Tap Install in the top right corner, enter your passcode if needed
  9. Read the consent agreement, then tap Install two more times
  10. Your iPhone or iPad will prompt you to restart to complete the changes
  11. After it reboots, head back to Settings > GeneralSoftware update
  12. You should see iOS 15 available, tap Download and Install

Here’s how the process looks on iPhone:

How to install iOS 15 beta - walkthrough 1
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