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If you’re an adventurous iPhone owner, news that Apple has published the first public beta of iOS 15 (and iPadOS 15) has you spinning like a dreidel. Why? Because you desperately want to utilize new features like Focus (which lets you get certain notifications and view specific applications on your screen based on your current situation), Live Text (which vocalizes all of the text on your screen), FaceTime enhancements, and more. On the other hand, You are getting latest features ahead.

If you’re willing to take a chance, iOS 15 public beta 1 is now available for download on compatible iPhones

But you’re undecided about installing the beta since it’s not yet stable, and not only will some new features not operate on the beta right now, but several of the features you rely on on a daily basis, such as the battery, may be jeopardized until the final version is released.

As a result, joining the beta program and testing iOS 15 is risky, and we’ve always advised consumers to wait for the stable version of the software, besides, it is generally released around the same time as Apple prepares to reveal new iPhone models. Meanwhile. If you do decide to take the risk, we strongly advise (indeed, demand) that you make a backup of your data.

The following models are compatible with iOS 15:

  • iPhone 12, Mini, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max
  • 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • XS, iPhone XS Max
  • X, iPhone XR
  • 8, 8 Plus
  • 7, 7 Plus
  • iPhone 6S, 6S Plus
  • iPhone SE (first and second generation)
  • iPod Touch (seventh generation)

Firstly, Go to Apple’s beta software page and sign in with your Apple ID to download iOS 15 beta 1. Select “Enroll your devices” from the main menu item in the upper right corner of the screen. Further, you can Choose iOS as your operating system. You must also give your device permission to download a configuration profile. Beyond all this, In the nearby future, all the features will definitely show extra technology.

Apple’s iPadOS 15 public beta 1 is now available for download on compatible Tablets

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Finally, you may install the public beta for iPadOS 15 if you own one of the below iPad models:

  • It has 12.9-inch (first through fifth generation)
  • iPad Pro 11-inch (first through third generation)
  • Pro has 10.5-inch
  • Pro 9.7-inch
  • iPad (fifth through the eighth generation)
  • Mini (fourth and fifth generation)
  • Air (second through the fourth generation)

To enroll your devices, go to this page and click “Enroll your devices” at the top. Furthermore, you can Choose “iPadOS” and “download profile” from the drop-down menus.

Choose “Allow” and follow the on-screen instructions.

Hence, If you’re on the fence about whether or not to install the betas, keep in mind that they won’t be stable until September. Is being the first on your block to use the new features worth it? It’s all up to you.

For more details visit the website Phonera.in.

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