Apple seeded the second beta for iOS 14.7 today, Wednesday, June 2. The update (build number 18G5033e) comes two weeks after Apple released the first 14.7 beta, and nine days after the company released iOS 14.6 to the general public.
Apple released this update at 10 a.m. PDT, the company's standard release time for developer beta updates. At this time, only the developer version of this software is available. If you're a public beta tester for iOS, you'll need to wait for Apple to release iOS 14.7 public beta 2. We expect to see that at 1 p.m. PDT today, or 10 a.m. PDT tomorrow.
iOS & iPadOS 14.7 Beta 2 Release Notes
- The iOS & iPadOS 14.7 SDK provides support to develop apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS & iPadOS 14.7 beta 2. The SDK comes bundled with Xcode 12.5, available from the Mac App Store. For information on the compatibility requirements for Xcode 12.5, see Xcode 12.5 Release Notes.
- There are no new release notes for this beta software update.
You'll need an Apple developer account to update your iPhone. You can get the restore image from your dev portal, then install it with iTunes or Finder. Otherwise, install the configuration profile, then update by going to Settings –> General –> Software Update. Finally, you can simply wait for it to auto-install if you have a dev profile and "Automatic Updates" is enabled.
To update your iPhone to iOS 14.7 public beta 2 when available, sign up through Apple's beta site, download and install the configuration profile, then update over the air. If you already have the profile, go to Settings –> General –> Software Update, then tap "iOS 14.6" under "Also Available" to begin the installation of the latest beta build, or you can wait until it installs automatically if "Automatic Updates" is enabled.
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