iOS 14 beta 1 is close! The presentation of iOS 14 is getting closer – less than a month is left before it. And the closer WWDC 2020 is, the more often iPhone and iPad users become interested in the release of iOS 14 beta 1. This article talked about when the beta 1 version of iOS 14 will be released and who should install it.
iOS 14 beta release date
The first beta version of iOS 14 will be released immediately after the end of the first day of the WWDC 2020 developer conference, June 3.
Install the firmware on June 3 will succeed only in the most meticulous. The fact is that Apple servers on this day will be really busy. The speed of downloading firmware from servers will be low – it will take a long time to wait.
iOS 14 Supported Devices
- iPhone 12/ 12 Pro/ 12 Pro Max
- SE 2020
- 11 Pro/ 11 Pro Max/ 11;
- XS Max;
- 8 Plus;
- 7 Plus;
- 6s Plus;
- iPod touch 7.
- iPad 5 and 6 generations
- Pro 12.9/11/10.5/9.7
- mini 4 and 5 generations
- Air 2 and 3 generations
Is it worth it to install the beta version of iOS 14
iOS 14 beta 1 will first be released exclusively for registered developers, but ordinary users will have the opportunity to install the firmware using a special developer profile. For iOS 14, it will most likely be new. We will publish a link to it immediately after the end of the presentation of iOS 14.
But is it worth installing the beta version of iOS 14? Everything will depend on the state of the firmware, in connection with which it is important to follow the reviews, which we will tell about. The beta 1 versions of large firmware are most often unstable and with a lot of bugs.
However, there were pleasant exceptions. For example, a really large number of users switched to iOS 13 from the very beta 1 version and remained on the new tested builds until the release of the final version. Beta versions of iOS 13 were so stable. It is possible that iOS 14 will please similar ones.
But until reviews about the beta version of iOS 14 appear in large numbers, our recommendation is as follows: do not install the firmware on the iPhone or iPad, which you use for work or study. Due to the beta version of the firmware, the device may become unstable.