Apple has finally released iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 Public beta a month after it uncovered both working frameworks at WWDC 2020 alongside the new macOS Big Sur and custom ARM chips for Macbooks.

The new iOS adaptation accompanies monstrous new highlights, including another application library, intelligent and resizable gadgets, Siri highlights, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Then again, iPadOS 14 highlights another sidebar in applications and a few Apple Pencil enhancements.

Despite the fact that the engineer betas were out when the occasion was finished, they have just been accessible to clients having designer review accounts. That being stated, we found an approach to introduce iOS 14/iPadOS 14 engineer beta without being a piece of the designer program.

Yet, things are diverse since iOS 14 Public beta is out. In addition to the fact that it is more secure than the designer review, actually any iPhone client can introduce the most recent iOS update, as long as it is a piece of iOS 14 bolstered gadgets. The equivalent goes for iPadOS 14 Public beta too.

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How to install iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 public beta?

At the point when we state Public Beta is more secure, what we mean by that is iOS 14/iPadOS 14 open betas are relied upon to have less bugs and issues contrasted with the engineer variant.

Note that it is as yet a beta variant, which implies it’s ideal to hang tight for the iOS 14/iPadOS 14 stable updates in the event that you would prefer not to manage potential execution issues and glitches.

Well that is off the beaten path, here’s the manner by which to introduce iOS 14 on your iPhone and likewise, iPadOS 14 on iPad at this moment:

1. Sign up for the Apple Public Beta Program from your Apple device.

Simply log in if you are already part of the iOS and iPadOS Public Beta program.


2. Choose between iOS and iPadOS tab

Here, we have selected iOS because we have an iPhone X with us.

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3. Tap on “Enroll your iOS device”

Scroll down and tap on the link that reads “Enroll your iOS device” under the Get Started section.


4. Tap on “Download Profile” and allow the prompt.

Scroll down and tap on the “Download Profile” blue button under the Install profile section. Now, allow the download configuration profile prompt and then hit “Close” in the next prompt.


5. Go to your device settings and tap the newly created “Profile Downloaded” button.

You can also find the menu under Settings > General > Profile.


6. Tap on “Install” in the top right corner

This will install iOS 14/ iPadOS 14 beta profile on your device.


7. Enter your passcode if required, and tap on Install twice.

By tapping on “Install”, you are agreeing to the iOS/iPadOS Beta consent agreement.


8. Tap on “Done” and head to the “Software Update” section.

In the iPhone settings, tap on General and then tap on Software Update.


9. Tap on “Download and install” under iOS 14 Public Beta 2

You will now have the iOS 14 beta update ready to be installed on your device.

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10. Once iOS 14 is downloaded, hit “Install”

The latest iOS/iPadOS update is over 5GB in size. Wait for some time before the update is downloaded on your device.


Note: Make sure you have backed up your iPhone or iPad. You can either use iTunes backup or sync your data to iCloud. The latter is preferred by Apple.

iOS 14/iPad OS Supported Devices

iOS 14 Supported Devices iPadOS 14 Supported Devices
iPhone 11/ 11 Pro/ 11 Pro Max iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th Gen/ 3rd Gen/ 2nd Gen/ 1st Gen)
iPhone XS/ XS Max iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd Gen/ 1st Gen)
iPhone XR iPad Pro 10.5-inch
iPhone X iPad Pro 9.7-inch
iPhone 8/ 8 Plus iPad (7th Gen/ 6th Gen/ 5th Gen)
iPhone 7/ 7 Plus iPad mini (5th generation)
iPhone 6s/ 6s Plus iPad mini 4
iPhone SE/ SE 2020 iPad Air (3rd generation)
iPod touch (7th gen) iPad Air 2