One of the major announcements made by Apple during its WWDC 2020 event is about the new iOS 14. The all-new iOS 14 will be available for multiple generations of iPhones and iPads. The new iOS 14 update is adding many features that the users were asking for quite some time.
Even though the stable version of iOS 14 will come out later this year when Apple launches its new generation of iPhones, you can still install the beta version of this update on your supported devices.
As of now, iOS 14 beta is available for these devices from Apple. iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE (1st generation), iPhone SE (2nd generation), and iPod touch (7th generation).
However, before you go ahead with the iOS 14 beta update installation, you need to understand the risks involved.
- This version of iOS 14 developer preview is to be installed by developers who want to enhance their apps for the stable release of iOS 14.
- The iOS 14 developer preview beta can have bugs and glitches. You are not recommended to install this update on your primary phone.
- Ensure that your phone has more than 75 percent battery before installing this update.
How to Install iOS 14 Developer Update
To install the developer update for iOS 14, open the Safari browser on your phone and go to the BetaProfiles.
Download the iOS 14 beta profile for your device by selecting it from the list.
Confirm the installation of beta profile on your device. It will require you to enter your passcode for confirmation.
Once the beta profile is installed, your phone will restart.
Now, you can access the iOS 14 beta update by going to the settings menu.
As mentioned, the developer build is not stable and might contain bugs and glitches. There is also a minute possibility that it will brick your phone. So, install this update at your own risk.