How to install the developer beta of iOS 15

At the much-anticipated WWDC session on Monday, June 7th, Apple introduced a number of new features for the upcoming update of the iOS mobile operating system: iOS 15. The developer beta is now available to anyone who wants to download it — and who is a registered developer.

First, mandatory warning: this version of iOS 15 is very new and will be very beta. If you’re a developer, you’ll know all this, but it’s worth repeating: It’s best to install this on a phone you don’t trust. Also, don’t forget that backups are your friend.

  • You can find the developer beta of iOS 15 here: Apple’s Developers Website. Of course you will need to sign in (we assume you paid $99 for a developer account). You may be prompted to enroll your device if it is not already registered.
  • Find the iOS 15 profile by selecting Downloads (from the button in the upper-right corner or using the two-line drop-down menu in the upper-left).
  • Search for the iOS profile and allow the download.
  • Once the profile is downloaded, go to Settings on your device, find “Profile Downloaded” and follow the instructions. Finally you will be told to reboot and then you should be able to install the update available in Settings > General > Software Update.

If you’re not registered as an Apple developer, don’t get discouraged – there will be a public beta available for download in July. When available, we’ll let you know where to find it and how to install it.


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