Apple recently held the worldwide developers’ conference, 2020 in order to launch the new segment of devices along with the new stunning operating system for the phones. The company recently announced the launch of iOS 14, the operating system that is going to change the way smartphones work. The new operating system from Apple will add loads of new features when it releases in the autumn.
However, all the tech enthusiasts in our world cannot wait for iOS 14 for so long. So, Apple has a treat for us too. The company always brings out a new feature and allows people to beta test the same before launching it globally. So, the new operating system is not new.
Apple launches the Beta Software Program for iOS 14
Apple previews its new software through its public beta program in the months prior to the big release of the new iOS. This allows users to download the new version of iOS long before it’s pushed out to millions of iPhone owners all around the world.
Apple has launched a dedicated web page that offers the chance to sign up for news of this release. It says, “New public betas for iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, tvOS 14 and watchOS 7 are coming soon.” As a member of the Apple Beta Software Program, you can help shape Apple software by test-driving pre-release versions and let the company know what you think. If you’re not already a member, you can just sign up today. iOS 14 lets you open your car just by touching it using the Car Key feature.
However, you must remember that this is not the finished product. Apple just makes it available early so users can report bugs, incompatibilities, or glitches found in the early software to enable it to sort the issues before release. If you don’t know how to install the beta software, follow the official guide.
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Suryapratim Ray is an engineer, author, robotics hobbyist, and an active Quoran. Being a technical blogger, he covers the good, bad, and ugly of science on a regular basis at Sciencenews18. In addition to his passion for writing, he’s equally keen on learning classical music.