Are you madly trying to test iOS 14 widgets? You can’t take the urge to admire the new macOS Big Sur icons (heh)? Is there a device giving soup to test the news?
Your time has come: Apple has just released the first public beta versions of iOS 14, of iPadOS 14, of macOS Big Sur, of tvOS 14 It’s from watchOS 7 – the latter, in fact, is making its debut in the testing program open to the public (previously, beta versions of the watch system were only accessible by developers).
Apple did not specify, but it is to be expected that these first public betas of the systems will equal the second betas for developers, released the day before yesterday. Whoever is testing, therefore, should already have access to all the news recently included in the systems.
To test the beta versions of the new Apple systems, you need to sign up for the Apple Beta Software Program (with the same Apple ID linked to the devices in question) and then install the update in the Software Update area on your device . Soon, we will publish full articles explaining the process in more detail.
Again, we need to remember that no it is a good idea to install a beta system on your main devices – by the very nature of the thing, many tips will still be loose, many things will not work properly and you will encounter many bugs on all sides – after all, the forecast is that these software only be completed by September. The idea here is to do this on a device that is on its side, so that you don’t delay your life if something unpleasant happens.
That said … good tests! ?