After a hiatus, Apple has released the first beta version of iOS 15.3. There are no major changes.
After a strange false start, Apple has released the beta version of iOS 15.3. In fact, on December 17th, viewers noted that although this iteration is not yet available, the download page, which is accessible to developers, contains a complete description of the HTML code in the iOS 15.3 section. But the beta was officially released to developers a few hours later. It is not clear why the download page shows these comments.
What’s new in iOS 15.3?
As far as we know, iOS 15.3 Beta 1 does not come with additional features, but it is not uncommon for some beta versions to include bug fixes or support for hidden and undeclared features or services. Later versions may reveal other changes. Some researchers have found changes in Siri and Podcast. In fact, small changes.
Get the iOS 15.3 beta
To test the beta of iOS 15.3 (or iPadOS 15.3) you need a device other than your regular iPhone or iPad. Registered developers can visit developer.apple.com/download Using the device that wants to run the beta. From there, they can download the developer beta profile. To activate the beta profile, they need to go to “Settings> General> VPN and Device Management”. After restarting the iPhone or iPad, go to “Settings> General> Software Update” to download the latest version.
To take the public beta test (usually beta versions are available to developers a few hours and a day later), you must go to the address beta.apple.com Download the developer beta profile using the device you want to run the beta on. Similarly, to activate the beta profile, go to “Settings> General> VPN & Device Management”. After restarting the iPhone or iPad, go to “Settings> General> Software Update” to download the latest version.
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