As is anticipated at this time of time, Apple last week launched the first public beta for iOS 17, the forthcoming mobile software update for the iPhone. The general public release for iOS 17 is slated for eventually in September, but you can get your hands on an early interpretation right now.
As long as you are enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program, which is free to do, you can check out forthcoming iPhone features like a bettered autocorrect, interactive contraptions, using your prints to produce Live Stickers, and participating in your contact information via AirDrop.
This early interpretation of iOS 17 arrives nearly a week after Apple released its rearmost interpretation of the iOS 17 inventor beta. The public beta should be a more refined and stable interpretation of the inventor beta, though you may still deal with software bugs, features that do not completely work, and other issues.
Not all iPhone models will work with iOS 17, so you will first need to check if your device is compatible. You can see the full list of supported bias then– the iPhone XS and latterly should work with iOS 17. You can also check out our list of the stylish iPhones for 2023, in case you are looking to upgrade to a newer mode.
How to download the iOS 17 public beta on your iPhone
Before you download anything, make sure to modernize your iPhone to the rearmost interpretation of iOS 16, and also back up your iPhone either to the pall or computer. Backing up your device is incredibly important if you decide you no longer want iOS 17 and wish to go back to iOS 16. Without a backup, you could potentially lose important data when you return. Alternately, if you have a spare iPhone, consider running the public beta on that rather of your primary phone.
Now that you are ready, you can do it.
On your supported iPhone, go to the Apple Beta Software Program website and either sign in( if you are formerly a member) or subscribe. You will need an Apple ID to doeither. However, follow all the prompts, If you are subscribing.
On the Guide for Public Beta runner, you will get further information about the iOS 17 public beta. Under Get Started, tap the blue enroll your iOS device link. On the coming runner, scroll down to the alternate section, and depending on what software update you presently have, you have two options
- If you’re running iOS 16.4 or later, all you need to do is go to Settings > General > Software Update > Beta Updates and choose the iOS 17 public beta to install.
- If you’re on iOS 16.3 or earlier, you must download a configuration profile (tap on the blue Download profile button), go to Settings, tap the profile, and follow the instructions.
Finally, go to Settings > General > Software Update and install the iOS 17 public beta. Once your phone reboots, you’ll have access to iOS 17.