Apple introduced the latest iOS 14 at WWDC 2020 on 22nd June along with iPadOS 14. And just after that the first beta of iOS 14 was available but for Developers only. And on Tuesday this week, Apple pushed another beta for developers. Many users without developer accounts were waiting for the iOS 14 public beta and finally, it is available. If you want to join Beta and experience the latest iOS 14 and its top-class features. Then here you will know how to install iOS 14 Public Beta on iPhones.
iOS 14 comes with many new features that users have been asking for a long time. Some of these features are Picture in Picture mode, Widgets, App Library, and more interesting features. So if you want to get hands-on these features before its stable release, you can install iOS 14 Public Beta 2 on your iPhone. The process that we share in this guide is also applicable to iPad users. So if you want iPadOS 14 on your iPad then you can follow the same process.
Download iOS 14 Public Beta 2
The second iOS 14 beta is more stable and can be used in a daily drivers. But you may have to ignore some minor bugs on your phone. If you have a question that is there any Public Beta 1? Then No, Apple directly released iOS 14 Public Beta 2 to sync with the developer beta naming.
The advantage of Public beta is that anyone who is interested on test iOS 14 can install it on their Apple devices.
Yes it’s possible, you only have to follow some basic steps and you will have iOS 14 running on your iPhone.
If you know about the new features that come in first and second beta then check out below links.
Installation process should be followed cautiously to avoid bricking or harming your device or data. So it is always advised that you must take a full backup of your iPhone or iPad before starting the process. You can use iTunes or Finder or iCloud to take a full backup. In case you want to downgrade to iOS 13 then check out this guide.
Backup iPhone data on iCloud
- Connect your iPhone/iPad to a WiFi with active internet connection.
- Open Settings on your device and tap on your name (Apple ID).
- Then tap on the iCloud option. And on the next page Settings look for iCloud Backup and open it.
- Now in the Backup setting click on Backup Now and it will start the backup process.
- Wait until the backup process completes and then you can go through the installation guide.
It will help you to restore data if you lost it during the installation. So now let’s start the guide.
How to install iOS 14 Public Beta 2 on iPhones
To get the iOS 14 Public beta you have to first sign up for beta if not already done. And you also have to install the beta profile. So we will split the method in two sections. Let’s start with installing iOS 14 public beta profile.
Install iOS 14 Public Beta Profile
- Go to Apple Beta website on your browser.
- Now login with your registered Apple ID.
- After login you will get an option ‘Enroll Your Device’, so click on it.
- Then select iOS or iPadOS depending on the Apple device you have.
- After that scroll down and it will ask you to backup your data in the first step which you already completed so skip it.
- In the second step click on Download Profile.
- Now go to Settings and you will see Profile Downloaded below your Name.
- Click on it and if it’s not there then search for Profile in Settings and open it.
- After opening Profile, tap on Install option to proceed with Installation.
- After installing the beta profile, reboot your iPhone.
Download & Install iOS 14 Beta 2
- Make sure your iPhone is connected to the internet.
- Now open Settings on your iPhone.
- Then go to Software Update.
- And now you will see the iOS 14 Beta 2 update pending.
- So click on the Download & Install button and go through on screen options.
- Reboot your iPhone and enjoy the latest iOS 14.
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In case if you decide to go back to the stable version, then you can use the IPSW file and install using the Finder or iTunes. You can also remove the beta profile if you don’t want to receive the beta update on your iPhone or iPad. Stay connected for more iPhone and iPad news.