The new iOS 15 beta 5 and iPadOS 15 beta 5 are now available for installation on all supported devices. Bimonthly iOS 15 betas are being released this week, too. On Tuesday, Apple pushed out the fifth beta version of iOS and the second beta version of iPadOS, both of which were released a week after the previous ones. When it does become available, the public beta will also appear. Apple appreciates any help you’re willing to provide with the beta. Recent emails have indicated that Apple is looking for more individuals to perform updates. The Beta Software Program is the best way to help Apple out.
We should make clear that all of the devices that are supported by iOS 14 will continue to be supported by iOS 15, so even if you own an iPhone 6s Plus, an iPad Air 2, or an iPad mini 4, you’re good for at least another year, even if you had not yet upgraded to iOS 14.
Also new with iOS 15 is spatial audio for FaceTime, Portrait Mode, and SharePlay to support video calls for the sharing of music, movies, and more. Live Text can detect text and choose it onscreen, which means bespoke settings for different scenarios are possible, and in addition, many applications have been redesigned, including Maps and Weather. It’s a large upgrade, to say the least.
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to download and install iOS 15 beta 5
Congratulations, the latest iOS or iPadOS beta is now installed on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. You just need to do following
- Launch “Settings”.
- Scroll and Tap “General,”
- Find the “Software Update” option in the list
- Tap “Download and Install.”
- You can also use iTunes to upgrade your iOS device if you like.
A backup is the most important step to take before installing an OS upgrade. There is no such thing as being over-cautious.