At this year’s WWDC presentation, Apple unveiled new versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and even watchOS.
Since then, the company has published three developer betas of the most recent iOS 16 and iPadOS 16.
The public beta phase has officially begun as Apple has already started releasing them. Additionally, macOS Ventura’s public beta is now available. Here are some specifics.
iPadOS 16 public betas are now available for iOS 16!
The public betas of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura have now been made available by Apple for free testing by the general public.
Remember that Apple had previously said last month that the July release date for the public betas.
This autumn, most likely around the time the iPhone 14 series debuts, the stable version is scheduled for release.
You may visit the beta.apple.com website to sign up for the beta program and download the iOS 16 and iPad OS 16 public betas.
Installing the complete certificates on your iPhone or iPad will allow you to download the beta versions of iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 correspondingly.
The public beta of macOS Ventura shares this. Keep an eye out for a future how-to post where we will walk you through this procedure step by step.
You may test out a range of new features, including lock screen customizations, new iMessage capabilities, a selection of wallpapers (including the well-known clownfish wallpaper), new updates for Safari, FaceTime, Apple Maps, and much more if you have access to iPadOS 16 or iOS 16 public betas. You can look up if you’re unfamiliar with the top iOS 16 features.
Beta versions may be unstable and result in problems and issues like battery depletion, slowness, and more, even if they are public betas.
Therefore, if you want to install the iOS 16 public beta, be ready for anything. If you have any ideas on this, please post them in the comments section.