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How to Upgrade to Official Release from Beta Version in iOS

Undoubtedly, installing a public or developer beta version of an iOS can give you early access to a lot of new features and functions. Along with many benefits, a beta version also includes some problems, which can affect device performance, functions, or data. This is common with a beta version. Therefore, before installing a beta version, the user clears the route for coming back safe. However, after the release of the official version, iPhones and iPads running on the beta version automatically upgraded to it. But, sometimes this won’t happen due to some settings. If you’ve also enjoyed the benefits of the beta version, recently of iOS 13, and your device isn’t updated to the official release, you have two ways to get it.

Upgrading your iPhone or iPad directly to official release from beta

As you’re going to change the main component (operating system) of your device, you should always be ready to deal with the problems if something goes faulty. So, back up your iPhone or iPad completely before doing anything.

Sources :- Beta Version in iOS

You can start the process if you’re all set to upgrade your iPhone or iPad’s iOS. The process is straightforward, and without requiring to connect to any computer, you can perform this on your device.

  1. Go to the ‘Settings’ of your iOS device.
  2. Jump into ‘General’ settings.
  3. Scroll and tap on the ‘Profiles’ option.
  4. Select ‘iOS Beta Software Profile’ on the next screen.
  5. Tap on the red ‘Remove Profile’ option at the lower side. As you’ll tap on this option, you may be asked to input your passcode.
  6. Input your passcode and tap on the ‘Delete’ option.
  7. Once you finish doing this, shut down your device by pressing and holding the ‘Power’ button and sliding the slider of the ‘Slide to power off’ bar.
  8. Now, start your device again by pressing and holding the ‘Power’ button until the Apple logo appears on display.

As you complete these steps, the beta profile will be removed from your iPhone or iPad. And, now your device is ready to upgrade to an official release. You can update it by following the normal updating process.

Upgrading your iPhone or iPad official release from beta using iTunes on Mac

For removing the beta profile and updating the iOS of an iPhone or iPad, the above method is simple as well as safe. But, just like some other tasks, you can also do this by using iTunes on your Mac. Here is how.

  1. Shut down your iPhone or iPad by pressing and holding the ‘Power’ button and sliding the slider of the ‘Slide to power off’ bar.
  2. After that, connect the device to your Mac.
  3. Now, put your iPhone or iPad into the recovery mode by pressing and holding the ‘Home’ and ‘Sleep/Wake’ buttons together. Do not release the buttons until you reach the recovery mode screen. Once your device enters into the recovery mode, you’ll see the ‘Update’ option on your Mac’s screen.

Note: The procedure for putting the iPhone 8 or later into recovery mode is different. First of all, you should have to connect your device to the Mac and then open ‘iTunes.’ After that, press the ‘Volume+’ button normally then press the ‘Volume-’ button and then hold down the ‘Side’ button until you reach the recovery mode screen.

  • Click ‘Update,’ when it appears on your Mac’s screen.
  • Click ‘Update’ again to install the official version of iOS.
  • Select ‘Agree’ on the Terms and Conditions screen.

Now, wait for the official version to install successfully in your iOS device.

Abigail Smith is an inventive person who has been doing intensive research in particular topics and writing blogs and articles on HP Printer Support and many other related topics. He is a very knowledgeable person with lots of experience.

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