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iOS 16 Public Beta is Released: Here's How to Install it

iOS 16 Public Beta is Released: Here's How to Install it



Finally, the public beta for iOS 16 is now accessible. Apple has made iOS 16's first public beta available. The Apple iOS 16 beta profile can be used by anyone with an iPhone 8 or later to test out the additional features. 

With the iOS 16 beta profile download, you can now customize your lock screen, get a better notifications feed with Live Activities, and have stronger parental controls. In advance of the final release later this year, you can currently test it out in the beta form.

iOS 16 Public Beta Release Date

iOS 16 public beta was made available by Apple on July 11, 2022. You can now install it to get a taste of iOS 16 Public beta features.

Risk Involving With the Download of iOS 16 Public Beta

The problem with beta software must first be explained before we go on to describe how to install the iOS 16 public beta on your iPhone. For those who are unaware, betas are incomplete, which means you'll probably encounter problems, malfunctions, and sometimes even breakdowns that lock you out of certain smartphone functions.

In other words, don't assume the iOS 16 public beta to be as reliable as Apple's current operating system. That can apply to your installed applications as well as the iPhone OS itself, since some may run smoothly under iOS 15 but break under iOS 16.

Beta versions can indeed be unreliable and result in issues and problems like battery depletion, slow down, and more, even if they are public betas. Therefore, if you intend to download the iOS 16 public beta, be ready for anything.

If you want to return to iOS 15, you won't be able to recover from a backup without the need for an archived backup since Apple does not enable restoring data from more recent software releases. In short, if you back it up with iOS 16 installed, you won't be able to recover from that backup to return to iOS 15 on your device.


In iTunes, select Preferences > Devices and then click Archive to store a backup. If you want to prevent your most recent backup from being overwritten, right-click it and choose Archive from the context menu. You'll then get a summary of all your backups.

List of Devices Supporting iOS 16 Public Beta 

  • iPhone 13 Series
  • iPhone 12 Series
  • iPhone 11 Series
  • iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone X, iPhone XR
  • iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone SE (2nd Gen or later)

How to Download and Install iOS 16 Public Beta 3

iOS 16 Public Beta is Released: Here's How to Install it
                                         Image Credit: Dominic Tomaszewski / Foundry

  • After backing up your iPhone, head over to beta.Apple.com.
  • To sign in to the Apple ID, click on the Sign-up option and then use your Touch ID or Face ID.
  • Read and agree to the terms of the Apple Beta Software Program.
  • When the next screen appears after you have accepted the terms and conditions, scroll down to "Get Started" and select "enroll your iOS device."
  • Click the "Download profile" link after scrolling down. When a pop-up stating that a configuration profile is being attempted to be downloaded appears, select "Allow."
  • On your smartphone, open the "Settings" app, and then hit the "Profile Downloaded" area, which is next to your Apple ID details.
  • Tap "Install," then after entering your passcode, tap "Install" one more.
  • After installation, select "Done."
  • Reopen "Settings" and click on "General and then tap on the Software update, and after that choose Download and Install."
  • After downloading the beta, click "Install Now" to begin the installation process & restart your iPhone.
  • You can now proceed after restarting your device.

To Wrap This Up

Depending on how quick your internet connection is, the entire procedure should take an hour or so. It takes a long to install the first iOS 16 public beta profile, because it is almost above 5GB in size.

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