The public beta of iOS 17 has finally been released after a month of anticipation. As of today, iPhones that are compatible with iOS 17 can download the Public Beta without needing a developer account. It’s safer than testing in the beta for developers. Until recently, only developers had access to the beta. Let’s go into greater depth concerning the iOS 17 Public Beta.
When a new iOS version is released, Apple always uses the same procedure. The beta for iOS developers comes after the initial announcement. About a month later, the public beta is made available to anyone interested in beta testing iOS before its official release.
Apple has released beta versions of iOS 17, iPadOS 17, watchOS 10, macOS 14, and tvOS 17 to the general public. The first iOS 17 Public Beta has the same version number as yesterday’s third developer beta and today’s iPadOS 17 Public Beta: 21A5277j. This is significantly more significant than incremental beta builds because it is the first public beta.
There have been a total of four developer betas released by Apple, and the public beta incorporates all of the changes and fixes found in those betas. All of the features and reliability enhancements are included in this. This implies that the majority of the issues that plagued the first two developer betas of iOS 17 have been fixed, and you may join the beta without worrying about them.
You may have delayed a month to try the iOS 17 beta because you were concerned about encountering problems or because you didn’t want to sign up for Apple’s development program. You may now easily download and install the public beta on your iPhone. The iOS 17 public beta is available for download via the Settings > General > Software Update menu option. If you have already installed the public beta, future beta updates will be delivered to your device wirelessly.