The first public betas of Apple iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 are available and ready for your compatible iPhone or iPad In addition to proper hardware, all you need is a willingness to live with software that may not work 100% of the time. Users don’t even need a special account to install the beta, unlike the iOS 15 developer beta. This public beta means users are free to tinker with the iOS 15 preview to your heart’s content.
The update brings plenty of new features to both devices. For example, there are new FaceTime features that allow Android and PC users to take part for the first time and iMessage improvements that make it easier to track links and photos your friends have sent. The iPad is getting a complete home screen to revamp, and multitasking is finally receiving the boost it’s needed for years.
The public beta is rolling out right now. If you’re having trouble accessing the site, keep trying. Apple’s servers are overloaded at the moment. Once you get the site to load, you can follow the steps outlined below. Start by enrolling your iPhone or iPad in the public beta program. You’ll need to use Safari on your iPhone or iPad to visit this page. If you’ve previously taken part in the public beta, sign in using the same Apple ID you used previously. Otherwise, click the Sign-Up button and follow the prompts. You’ll need to sign in with the same Apple ID you’re using on your iPhone or iPad.