The approaching releases of the iOS 14 for the Apple iPhone and the iPadOS 14 for the apple are now available in public beta. While the final release of the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 is still away for for few months, the testing phase can now contain anyone who is bold enough to try a software that still needs a very much crucial development . There are a pack of new features and changes that the next operating systems for the iPhone and the iPad will conduct the folowing: there is expanded widget support, App Library, iMessage and Facetime video calling app enhancements, visual updates, performance tweaks, also new features and privacy enhancements are also included.
How to get iOS 14 Public Beta?
iOS 14 has tons of new features and updates. Few of them, there is a new home screen with personalized widgets that can even be resized, App Library that is Apple’s version of an app drawer, picture-in-picture mode, new features for iMessage, App Clips features to try on app and services before downloading them, a Translate app, smaller UI for calls and Siri, new privacy features and lots more.
How to get iOS 14 Public Beta, and sign up for it:
- Head to Apple beta website and Sign up for the Apple Beta Software Program.
- Over there, sign in with your existing Apple ID. or else enroll for the beta program.
- Once you are enrolled, follow onscreen instructions to get the iOS 14 public beta
- Go to the Settings > General > Software Update.
- Now, iOS 14 Beta Update will be shown there, tap on Install and you are ready to go.
Before you start downloading iOS 14, you should know that its best guided using the public beta on a secondary device to avoid a rugged experience. All though, since its beta, bugs will come across your way.
Compatible Devices for iOS 14 (Also Developer and Public Beta’s)
If you are thinking whether it is or not your iPhone eligible for the iOS 14 public beta, here is a list of all the Apple devices well suited with the new OS so that your doubts are cleared.
Same goes for the iPadOS 14. If your iPad is on iPadOS 13 released previous year, you will be in line to get the iPadOS 14 when it rolls out later this year—no device has been dropped this year. This means the iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation), iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd generation), iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation), iPad Pro 11-inch (1st generation), iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation), iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st generation), iPad Pro 10.5-inch, iPad Pro 9.7-inch, iPad (7th generation), iPad (6th generation), iPad (5th generation), iPad mini (5th generation), iPad mini 4, iPad Air (3rd generation) and the iPad Air 2 will get OTA updates of iPadOS 14. The list is a little bit embracing and even the iPad Air 2 launched in 2015 will get the latest operating system.