Apple has opened, which allows anyone to get a preview of the features that are coming . But as with all beta programs, there will almost certainly be bugs and problems that have the potential to frustrate those who are brave enough to install it.
If you are interested in trying this out here is. But if you ever have installers’ remorse after joining the public beta program, find solace in knowing that you can go back to .
Wipe the beta from yoursor takes some effort and time. You must have access to a computer and a Lightning or USB-C cable to connect your device to your or .
Restore your iPhone or iPad to iOS 13
1st To uninstall iOS 14 or iPadOS 14, you must wipe and restore your device completely. If you are using a Windows computer, you must have iTunes installed and updated to the latest version. If you’re on a Mac, make sure your Mac software is up to date by clicking the Apple logo at the top of the screen and then selecting System Settings > software Update.
2nd Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer with a Lightning or USB-C cable.
3rd Place your iPhone or iPad in recovery mode using the steps specific to your device listed below. You know when you’re in recovery mode when your device’s screen is black and shows a cable pointing to a MacBook (like the picture at the top of this post). Your iPhone or iPad is likely to restart during this process, but do not release the button (s) until you see the recovery mode screen.
- If you have an iPhone 6S or older, an iPad with a home button or iPod Touch sixth generation or older, press and hold Sleep / Home and Home buttons simultaneously until you see the recovery mode screen.
- For a seventh generation of an iPhone 7, 7 Plus or iPod Touch, press and hold the Sleep / Wake and Volume buttons simultaneously until you see the recovery mode screen.
- For iPhone 8 or later, quickly press volume up followed by volume down buttons and then hold down the side button until you see the reset screen.
- iPad Pro users will quickly press the volume up and then the volume down buttons, followed by holding down the top button until you see the recovery screen.
4th You should see a query on your computer and inform that a device in recovery mode has been detected. It asks if you want to restore or update your device, select reset. Your computer will download and install the latest official version of iOS 13 on your device.
If you don’t see a question, open Finder (on a Mac) or iTunes (on a PC), select your device, and then select reset.
If you created a backup of your phone or tablet before joining the beta program, you will be asked if you want to use the backup to restore your device after iOS 13 is installed. If you did not back up, you must start from a new installation.
There is nothing wrong with going back to iOS 13 – there it is. There are even a bunch . Of course, if you’re tempted by iOS 14, , closer to its full launch.