Apple’s iOS 14.5 is the biggest update to your iPhone since iOS 14. The new software includes over 40 features and changes, including 217 new emoji, controller support for PS5 and Xbox Series X, and battery calibration for the iPhone 11 line. Now Apple is getting closer to the finish line with 14.5 beta 7.
Apple delivered the seventh beta for iOS 14.5 to developers today, Wednesday, April 7. This beta comes a week after Apple released 14.5 beta 6 to developers and public testers. If you are a public tester you will not see this update yet as it is for registered developers only. You’ll have to wait for Apple to release 14.5 public beta 7, which we expect today at 1
Since this update is so fresh, we’re not sure what new features and changes Apple added to the mix (if any). We will continue to update this post, as well as our 14.5 feature summary, with all the discoveries we make.
Release notes for iOS and iPadOS 14.5 Beta 7 will be available soon.
How to download and install iOS 14.5 Beta 7 on your iPhone
You need an Apple developer account to update your iPhone. You can get the recovery image from your dev portal and then install it using iTunes or Finder. Otherwise, install the configuration profile and then update it by going to Settings -> General -> Software Update. Finally, you can just wait for it to install automatically if you have a developer profile and “Automatic Updates” is turned on.
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