iOS 15: iOS 15 public beta is out: How to download – Eagles Vine

Apple has released the first public beta of iOS 15. The latest-generation OS was announced by the tech giant at its annual developer’s conference WWDC in early June. The update will bring new features and improvements to Apple iPhones like the ability to search text in photos, DND mode for iMessage and FaceTime support for Android devices.
The new iOS features will be available as a free software update for iPhone 6s and later models. Apple iPhones 2021 will come with the new iOS 15 out-of-the-box.
Before we tell you the steps to download the iOS 15 public beta on your compatible device, there are some things that you must know. First of all, create a backup of your Apple iPhone on your computer. You can always go back to iOS 14 even after you download iOS 15 on your iPhone. But, any iCloud backups made on iOS 15 can not be restored on a device running iOS 14. So backing up your data on your computer keeps your data intact.
Now, here are the steps to download iOS 15

  • Enroll your iPhone in Apple’s public beta program.
  • To do so, head to from Safari browser on your iPhone
  • Click on the ‘Sign up’ button and log in using your Apple ID and password
  • Now, choose the OS compatible with your device like iOS for iPhone and iPadOS for iPad.
  • Look for the Get Started section and click on ‘Enrol your device’ here. This will open an Apple instructions page asking you to backup your data.
  • Once the data is backed up, click on the Download profile button.
  • Now, open the Settings app on your iPhone and tap on the beta profile
  • This will open a pop-up asking you to approve the installation
  • You will be prompted to restart your device. Do it.
  • Once rebooted, you can install the beta by heading to Settings > General > Software Update.

Note: Keep your iPhone plugged into the charger while the OS installs.

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