iOS 17 and macOS Somora public betas available: Here’s how to install them

A month after the announcement, Apple is opening beta versions of iOS 17, iPadOS 17, and macOS Somora to interested testers. This way you can get started (at your own risk).

Apple, as usual, announced the latest releases of its various software platforms at WWDC. iOS 17, iPadOS 17, and macOS Somora appear on the books as fairly modest updates, though they promise interesting new features. Read here what the new versions of iOS and macOS have to offer.

If you’d rather find out by doing this, you can sign up for public betas of new software releases starting today. During this phase, Apple hopes to improve the updates further before they are released to the general public. It is likely to happen in September.

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Basically, anyone with a compatible iPhone or MacBook can sign up for the public beta. You do it through it Beta Software with your Apple ID. You choose which program to install, after which the file appears in the update list of your device’s settings.

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Keep in mind that installing the trial version is always at your own risk. At this point, Apple has already tested updates by its developers, who should have already fixed the biggest bugs. However, a beta file can always negatively affect your device’s performance or battery. So it is recommended that you do not install this on your stable device and take adequate backups of your data.

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