You were one of those who ventured to test the beta versions of iOS for a few months, to be able to use all the news in advance. But the day came for the release of the final version and you do not want anymore nothing “beta” on your device. How to make?
This is a constant question among our readers, so we took a step by step to explain how to “clean” your device and leave it with the final version of the system.
Public Beta Program
In recent years, Apple has opened up the possibility for ordinary users (who are not developers) to also test the beta versions of the system before the official launch. But then these users are in doubt how to get out this situation.
The solution is quite simple. The last beta is always the version called GM (golden master), which will serve as the base to be installed on all new iPhones that are leaving the factory at this time. It is, in principle, a faithful copy of the final version that all users will receive.
So, if you’ve already installed this version (which doesn’t even have the name of beta anymore), you already have the definitive system installed and you don’t need to do anything else. The new update nor will it appear to you.
Deleting the configuration profile
If you no longer want to receive other betas, you will need to delete the beta profile in the settings. Here’s how to do it:
Step 1: Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
Step 2: Open the General menu and tap the option Profile.
Step 3: Open the iOS beta configuration profile.
Step 4: Touch “Remove Profile“.
Ready! From this moment on you will no longer receive beta notices and updates, only the final versions of the system. ?