Install iOS 14 Public Beta on iPhone or iPad Without a Developer Account
Edited by Jay
If you're a little too excited and can't wait until the public beta version launches next month, you're in luck; you can test out iOS or iPadOS 14 without a developer's account. To do this, you must first download the iOS 14 developer profile, then run it on your device.
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, due this September, will bring a wealth of new features to compatible iPhones and iPads. Such as; built-in call recording, built-in Safari translation, Apple Pencil support for websites, CarPlay/maps, wallpaper settings, and UI navigation to list a few.
In this Visi tutorial, we'll cover how to download and install iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 without a developers account.
***IMPORTANT*** You should avoid installing iOS/iPadOS 14 on your primary device. This early on, the operating system has several bugs that could potentially cripple your phone or tablet. We recommend using an older but compatible iPhone or iPad.
Install iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 on your iPhone or iPad
As mentioned above, you won't need a developer's account to proceed; you only need to download the iOS dev profile. You should also ensure your device has at least 75% battery, or connect your original charger.
- 14Head to Settings > General > About to confirm you're running iOS or iPadOS 14.Once the update is complete, your device will reboot.