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iOS 13 and iPadOS: How to install the public beta right now



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and iPadOS 13 The public beta is open to anyone who wants to help test early builds of the operating system that runs on iPhones ($ 1,000 at Amazon) and iPads ($ 249 at Walmart) later this year . That's right, this year we have two different versions of iOS . One, iOS 13 is for the iPhone and iPod Touch ($ 200 at Walmart) the other, iPadOS 13, is dedicated to the iPad and brings with it new multitasking features and and desktop-class version of Safari

Both software updates include a long list of new features such as an official systemwide dark mode new privacy features Apple Maps . Apple also announced WatchOS 6, MacOS 10.15 Catalina, and TVOS 13 during its Worldwide Developers Conference Keynote .

Prior to Monday, anyone who wanted to test iOS 13 needed a paid developer account. However, with the public beta program now open, anyone can install the prerelease versions of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. However, there are some things to be aware of.

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But first, a warning

Over the years, the beta program for a coming iOS release has gotten more stable. However, it's called a beta version for a reason – it's not finished. Apps are going to break, battery life is going to be horrible and frequent random restarts are not unheard of.

If you want to test iOS 13, go into it knowing that you are testing beta software and do yourself – and Apple – a favor by providing feedback through the Feedback app.

You can not (easily) go back

In addition to a willingness to deal with bugs and random issues, you may know that you can not easily go back to the current official version of iOS . It's possible, but you can not recover from a backup made with your device on iOS 13.

So, with that in mind, it's a good idea to create a backup of your device as it is right before switching to beta . The best way to do that is to use iTunes (RIP) and create an encrypted backup .

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You will need to restore your device if you leave the beta program.


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Which devices are supported?

According to Apple, the following devices can take part in the iOS 13 or iPadOS beta:

Devices that will support iOS 13, iPadOS 13

                                                                                                                                        

iPhone XS
                                                                    
12.9-inch iPad Pro
                                                                    
iPhone XS Max
                                                                    
11-inch iPad Pro
                                                                    
iPhone XR
                                                                    
10.5-inch iPad Pro
                                                                    
iPhone X
                                                                    
9.7-inch iPad Pro
                                                                    
iPhone 8
                                                                    
iPad (6th generation)
                                                                    
iPhone 8 Plus
                                                                    
iPad (5th generation)
                                                                    
iPhone 7
                                                                    
iPad Mini (5th generation)
                                                                    
iPhone 7 Plus
                                                                    
iPad Mini 4
                                                                    
iPhone 6S
                                                                    
iPad Air (3rd generation)
                                                                    
iPhone 6S Plus
                                                                    
iPad Air 2
                                                                    
iPhone SE
                                                                    
iPod touch (7th generation)
                                                                    

        

Read : Every iPhone that works with iOS 13

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Ready? Here's how to install iOS 13

Visit Apple's Beta Software Program on your computer. You'll need to sign in using your Apple ID, then pick iOS or iPadOS. The program will walk you through creating a backup of your iPhone or iPad – just do not look over this and move on, create a backup right now – and then you will need to download and install the beta profile. You can visit this link on your iPhone or iPad to download the profile.

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After downloading the profile, make sure to install it in the Settings app.


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After the profile is downloaded, open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. The profile will appear, just below your name. Tap the profile, then approve the installation. Your Device will be rebooted after the profile is added, after which you can go to Settings > General > Software Update Of course, if you have a paid developer account you can still find the appropriate installation profiles on the developer site.

Check out all of Apple's WWDC 2019 news .

Originally published June 3
Update, June 25 at 7:10 pm PT: Adds information about downloading and installing Apple's public beta program

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