On June 6, Apple presented the new version 16 of iOS, as part of the opening presentation of WWDC 2022. We were able to discover the many new features that the update will offer.
And as usual, a few moments after the keynote, the Californian firm made the first beta version of the software available to developers. Anyone registered in the developer beta test program can therefore already install and test iOS 16 on their iPhone. This is also the case for tvOS 16, iPadOS 16 and watchOS 9, without forgetting macOS Ventura, the new version of the Mac OS.
If you don’t have a developer account, you can still try iOS 16. Either wait for the first public beta to be released, or try to find a developer beta tester profile on the web yourself. However, we do not recommend the second solution. This is indeed very risky for your machine. Better to take your troubles patiently, therefore, if you do not have official access to this first beta version of iOS 16 at this stage.
Also read all our iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 articles, including the following:
See also, by our colleagues from Presse-citron.net: