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Anyone Can Install iOS 14 Beta Without a Developer Account, But You Shouldn’t

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As you may already know, iOS 14 betas are available to download now for developers. While developer betas are intended to be limited to registered developers, technically speaking, anyone can actually install the iOS 14 dev beta onto a compatible iPhone or iPod touch right now. But that doesn’t mean you should.


Beta software is notoriously unreliable compared to final versions, and using developer beta versions in an unauthorized manner is not supported by Apple.

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iPad Models Supporting iPadOS 14

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iPadOS 14 is coming to iPad with new features and capabilities. But like most software updates, your iPad needs to meet certain hardware specifications to be able to run the latest iPadOS, and accordingly, not all iPad models will be supported.

Since there are many different iPad devices, compatibility can be confusing. To make it easy, we’ve compiled a list of all iPads that will be supported and capable of running iPadOS 14 when it comes out. If have a fairly new iPad or you’ve purchased an iPad in the past few years, you should likely be good to go. And…

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Which iPhone Models Support iOS 14

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iOS 14 will be available in the fall for compatible iPhone and iPod touch models. Of course, this leads many users to wonder if their iPhone will support iOS 14 when it comes out.

To make this easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of all iPhones that will be capable of running iOS 14 when it comes out. The list is fairly inclusive, so if you’ve purchased an iPhone in the past few years, you should be good to go. In addition to all the iPhones, there’s also one iPod Touch model that supports iOS 14, if you still have one of those lying around. And of…

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How to Enable the 14 Best Hidden Features of iOS 14

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WWDC 2020 is over and done. And while I greatly enjoyed Apple’s virtual setup for the week-long series of events, I had even more fun digging deep into the latest beta for iOS 14 to find all the interesting features Apple didn’t talk about in its big keynote. And now, I’m sharing these digital treasures with you.

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How to Install WatchOS 7 Developer Beta on Apple Watch

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Apple Watch users may be interested in trying out watchOS 7 beta, complete with new watch faces, hand-washing detection, improved workout tracking and sleep tracking, and more. Like all Apple developer betas, watchOS 7 beta is available to registered developers for testing, writing software, and other development purposes. If you’re a registered developer and are looking to find out how to get watchOS 7 beta on your Apple Watch, you’ve come to the right place, as we’ll walk through the process of installing the watchOS 7 beta onto your device.

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How to Add a CarPlay Wallpaper in iOS 14

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One of the new features coming in iOS 14 is the ability to customize your car’s CarPlay interface with one of several new wallpapers. If you don’t know, CarPlay lets you control your car’s stereo and other connected smart car accessories with Siri voice commands, and this version of iOS marks the first time users will…

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How to Install iOS 14 Developer Beta on iPhone

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Apple showcased the redesigned iOS 14 to the world during their first all-online WWDC event and it’s already available for download as a beta for developers. If you’re an Apple developer yourself, you might want to stay up to date on Apple’s latest and greatest software and install iOS 14 dev beta onto your iPhone or iPod touch.

It’s worth noting that you’ll need to be part of the Apple Developer Program that costs $99 annually for a membership. However, if you’re already capable of publishing apps in the App Store, it means that you’re part of…

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How to Download & Install iPadOS 14 Developer Beta on iPad

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Apple’s developer betas are a good way to see what Apple has cooking for a final release to the public, and iPadOS 14 beta is no exception. Apple does run a public beta program too, but if you want the fastest access to the latest beta software, you need to be registered as a developer (FWIW, the iPadOS 14 public beta starts in July). Once that’s squared away, actually downloading and installing the iPadOS 14 beta is surprisingly simple. You just need to know where to tap.

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How to Enroll in iOS 14 Developer Beta on iPhone

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Apple showcased the redesigned iOS 14 to the world during their first all-online WWDC event, and it’s already available for download as a beta. However, only developers who are part of Apple’s Developer Program have access to the iOS 14 developer preview (soon, a public beta of iOS 14 will be available however).

If you’re not a developer yet, but you like to stay up to date on Apple’s latest and greatest software, you’ll need to sign up for the Apple Developer Program first. Although you can make a free developer account to run your own apps on Apple…

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How to Launch Actions in iOS 14 With a Tap on the Back

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There are no sensors on the back of your iPhone for your finger to fiddle with—unlike, say, a Google Pixel, which does have a fingerprint sensor on the back—but a new feature debuting in iOS 14 allows you to tap the back of your iPhone to launch different iOS actions all the same. This “digital burping” gesture seems…

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