During the worldwide developers’ event, abbreviated as WWDC, which appeared last week, Apple previewed its newest software for their iPhone. This software is thought to appear during September, together with the launch of the newest generation of iPhones by the giant tech company.
iPhone fans can, on the other hand, get the early access version to the upcoming mobile operating system. In order to do this, they just have to sign up for one of the beta programs put in place by Apple. These thus offer some prerelease versions for testing, so there are an overall two options to consider.
The initial program is free of charge, open to the wide public, and it provides access in advance for a few months before the official version of iOS 14 comes out. To take part in the test, you simply have to register for the Apple beta program software website. In order to do this, you simply need to have a working Apple ID. This consists out of an iCloud email address and the relevant password to the Apple account.
When the commercial release of iOS 14 came out, the release date for the mobile operating system had not been specified. On the other hand, based on the timeline of the company over the last few years, the release is expected to occur sometime in July. After the public beta becomes available, registered testers are able to download it through the regular software update tab in the default iPhone settings app. Apple suggests that individuals support their iPhones before they download this software. This is because all of these bugs can also cause issues of themselves.
If you feel that you cannot wait until the official release of the iOS 14, you can grab the beta software even today. Of course, this choice will cost you.