If you wish to install a beta version of Apple OS, iOS 15 or iPadOS 15, do not skip the install test too soon. Here are some tips and information to read before you get started.
iOS 15 is here! Almost almost. The iPhone update provided in WWDC 2021 will be available in the general beta for many iPhones and iPods from June 30, as well as the iPod with the iPad 15. If you want to download and install an iOS beta, we will explain the process to you.
How to install General Beta for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15?
Public beta is released. If you have trouble accessing Apple’s site, please try again. Apple’s servers are currently under heavy load.
Get started by registering your iPhone or iPad General beta program. You must use Safari on your iPhone or iPod to view this page. If you’ve been in the public beta before, sign in with the same Apple ID you used before. Otherwise, click the Register button and follow the instructions. Obviously, you need to sign in with the same Apple ID you use on your iPhone or iPod.
You are now logged in. Click the appropriate computer version for your device. For example, click iOS if you are registering your iPhone, or click iPadOS if you are registering your iPad. Section To start, Will be a link in the title Register your device ; You have to click on it. Read Apple’s instructions, which include the same basic but important tips: Make a backup before proceeding, Charge your device adequately தும் Once your device is saved, install the beta profile by pressing the blue button Download profile.
Once the iOS 15 beta profile is installed on your iPhone, you will be asked to restart your iPhone. Do that, then go back to your iPhone settings, In the General tab, then Software Update. You can download the beta of iOS 15 as a simple OTA (over the air) update.
This is a very large download, so make sure you have a reliable wifi connection. We also recommend plugging your phone into the charger to make sure your device is not working.
What’s new for iOS 15?
IOS 15 introduces complete redesigns for Safari, weather and maps, adding new features for FaceTime calls, distraction mitigation tools, new announcements experience, and privacy features.
Focus is a new feature that lets you filter notifications and applications based on what you want to focus on at any given time. We have described and used these concentration methods in a separate file.
This “focus” mode has a new design for announcements, with slightly different bubbles. For example, the faces of your contacts will be displayed instead of the app icon as in Android. Every morning, your iPhone or iPad will take care of giving you a quick summary of all your pending notifications.
Safari offers a new design. Controls are now easy to achieve with one hand and give more importance to the content of the webpage. As you can see, there is a new small tab bar floating at the bottom of the screen so users can easily switch between tabs. New tab groups allow users to save tabs and easily access them on any device at any time. Finally, there is a new customizable start page and you can install web extensions for the first time.
The Maps app now offers a new 3D view of cities with significantly improved details, including new city driving experience with buildings, shortcuts, roundabouts… road details, and added and enhanced traffic features such as backlit favorite lines, subway exit announcements and enhanced reality walkways.
Live Text is a new feature that uses the device’s intelligence To recognize the text of a photo Users can search, highlight and copy. In fact, the Spotlight internal search engine can now search for photos based on location, people, scenes, objects and text. Spotlight offers a rich web of movie search and results for actors, musicians, TV shows and movies.
It also introduces new privacy measures such as iOS 15 Siri processes requests directly on the iPhone, Which also has the advantage of providing better response, a new screen for mail privacy protection and detection of the recipient’s IP address and how often applications use their assigned permissions to prevent sender from knowing if an email has been opened.
There is a possibility for thatInvite your friends on Android and Windows for your FaceTime calls. We also tested this functionality. With regard to iMessages, Apple’s messaging app improves to better detect “for you” sections and links sent to you based on a pinning system. New emojis are also available, while people who send a lot of photos at once will appreciate the opportunity to send multiple at once, taking the form of a stack with a folder.
SharePlay is a new feature that allows users to share experiences with each other during FASTIM calls.Including content such as Apple Music, TV shows, or movies on Apple TV. The advantage is that the media for all participants is synced and has shared playback controls, so anyone in the Shareplay session can play, pause or skip content, and add it to the shared order. Shareplay also offers the option to share their screens to see apps together during a FaceTime call.
What’s new for the iPad 15?
Comes with iPadOS 15 List of his innovations. For example, Apple added widgets to homepages just like the iPhone. Apple also adds its “application library” to the iPod. Unlike the iPhone, you have to swipe right several times to access it, and Apple adds an “application library” to the dock below.
Apple is also updating its multi-tasking functionality. With the iPad 15, Apple added the “shelves” feature that displays open windows in an app. So, in an email application, the shelves can be your open emails or your draft messages.
In addition, the iPadOS 15 files focus on MacOS and its inventor to improve usability. The iPad File Manager benefits from some features directly from the Mac. For example, the files application now supports devices formatted as NTFS.
Do iOS 15 and iPod 15 work with my iPhone and iPad?
All iPhones and iPod Touches that are already compatible with iOS 14, the version released in 2020, may in principle benefit from the update to iOS 15. This is an initial list, which may change between now and the release of the system, although this is not possible at this point.
- IPod Touch (7th Generation)
- IPhone SE (1st generation)
- IPhone SE (2nd generation)
- IPhone 6S and 6S Plus
- IPhone 7 and 7 Plus
- IPhone 8 and 8 Plus
- IPhone X, XR, XS and XS Max
- IPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
- IPhone 12, 12 Mini, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max
For compatible iPods, here is a list:
- 12.9 inch iPod Pro (first fifth generation)
- 11-inch iPod Pro (first to third generation)
- 10.5 inch iPod Pro
- The iPod Pro is 9.7 inches
- IPod (fifth to eighth generation)
- IPod Mini (Fourth and Fifth Generation)
- IPod Air (second to fourth generation)