Yesterday we saw that Apple released the second beta of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14, watchOS 7 and macOS 11.0. However, these updates arrive only for developers, so they can test their apps on the new versions of the apple system.
Now the company is also releasing some versions of its systems to its end users. With that, the versions of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14 start to arrive for customers of the Cupertino company.
The updates – which were released today, July 9 – are the first beta versions of the company’s systems for iPhones, MacBooks, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TVs to be made available to users of the company’s devices on a day-to-day basis.
It was not specified which specific versions of each of these systems, but it is expected that they will be equivalent to those released yesterday to the developers. Therefore, users can expect the same functions and news that were applied and directed to them.
Public beta versions of Apple’s systems are already traditional and users of most of the company’s devices always wait for them. However, Apple Watch owners will receive the trial version of the watch’s operating system for the first time. Until then, beta versions of watchOS were released only to developers.
To receive trial versions of apple systems, you must first register with Apple’s beta software program through from this link with the same Apple ID registered on the device.
We emphasize that the installation of beta versions of the system is not recommended if you use the device for primary use, as they may contain some unknown errors and cause problems for the user.