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How to download Apple iPadOS 15 public beta version | Digital Trends Spanish

get ready for Apple iPadOS 15. Introduced at WWDC 2021, it features a number of significant enhancements over iPadOS 14, including updated widgets, even more features for the Notes app, and greatly improved multi-app support to help you perform more and better tasks with that big screen.

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But, the question is how do you download iPadOS 15? At the moment, the operating system is available for download as either a public beta or a previous developer beta (which requires an Apple developer account).

Since it is now accessible as a public beta, it is available to anyone who is interested in taking a look at the upcoming iPad operating system. However, as a beta version, you should be aware that it is likely to contain some bugs and imperfections, although in general it should be usable.

So if you can’t wait to get past iPadOS 14 and upgrade to the latest version, here’s everything you need to know about downloading and installing the iPadOS 15 public beta. We also included a section at the end of the article about how to download the beta version for developers.

Download the Apple iPadOS 15 beta

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Obviously, you will need a compatible iPad to download the public beta of iPadOS 15. Here is the current list:

  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (5th generation)
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (4th generation)
  • 11-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation)
  • 11-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation)
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation)
  • 11-inch iPad Pro (1st generation)
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation)
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (1st generation)
  • 10.5-inch iPad Pro
  • 9.7-inch iPad Pro
  • iPad (8th generation)
  • iPad (7th generation)
  • iPad (6th generation)
  • iPad (5th generation)
  • iPad Mini (5th generation)
  • iPad Mini 4
  • iPad Air (4th generation)
  • iPad Air (3rd generation)
  • iPad Air 2
Apple beta software public website.

Assuming you have one of these models, the first thing you should do is back up your iPad (see below for more details). Once you have done that, you will need to use that device to go to the page of the Apple beta software program, using Safari as your browser.

Click on Sign up and then touch Continue to sign in with your Apple ID before reading the user agreement and touching Accept. If you have already signed up for the program, you will need to click Sign in.

Then tap the Menu at the top and select Enroll your devices. You will be taken to a new screen, where you must scroll down to Install profile and then touch Download profile. Then click Allow.

Once you’ve downloaded the profile, go to Setting. Under your Apple ID, you will see Profile downloaded. Tap on it and then click Install in the upper right corner.

Finally, go to Settings> General> Software update. You should see that iPadOS 15 beta is ready to install. Touch Download and install. Once it has downloaded, click Install Now And then make a cup of coffee or whatever. Your iPad will restart after the installation process is complete.

It’s worth noting that Apple generally releases several public beta versions before releasing the final version sometime around September. In general, each of these will be fairly stable (at least compared to the developer beta), but you should be prepared for a downside.

Also, we must tell you that you really should make a backup of your iPad before downloading and installing the public beta version of iPadOS 15. This should be done before going through the above process. Here’s how to do it.

Make a backup of your iPad

IPad Settings Screen

Apple recommends that beta operating systems “should be installed only on devices used for development and testing”, this is due to failures or data loss that could occur in this phase of development, which can be very normal.

We support that advice, but if you can’t wait to download iPadOS 15 on your regular iPad, make sure to back up your device before installing the new operating system. In fact, you should too, even if you use it for development and testing only.

Backup to iCloud

Probably the easiest way to back up your iPad is through iCloud. On your iPad, just go to Settings> [Su nombre]> iCloud> iCloud Backup.

You can turn on iCloud Backup to make sure your iPad backs up daily, as long as it’s connected to Wi-Fi, when it’s plugged into a main power source, and when it’s locked out. Alternatively, you can tap Backup now to perform a manual backup.

Also, if you want to make room for a new backup, you can view and manage previously saved data by going to Settings> [Su nombre]> iCloud> Manage Storage> Backups.

Backup with your Mac or PC

It is also quite easy to backup your iPad with your Mac or PC. This is what you should do:

Step 1– Connect your iPad to your Mac using the appropriate cable.

Step 2– If you have MacOS 10.15 or later, open Finder and then click on your iPad. If you have a PC (or MacOS 10.14 or earlier), start iTunes.

Step 3: In Finder, click General, select Back up all data from your iPad on this Mac, and then click Back Up Now. In iTunes, go to Device> Summary> Backup Now.

Download and Install the iPadOS 15 Developer Beta

Assuming you still prefer to install the iPadOS 15 Developer Beta, here’s how to do it.

Get an Apple developer account

Apply to the Apple Developer Program

While we can expect a public beta in the coming weeks, iPadOS 15 is available right now as a developer beta version only. Therefore, you will need an Apple developer account, which currently costs $ 99 per year, to download it.

What Apple describes on its website, you must download the Apple Developer app on your iPad and then enroll in the Program Apple Developer as an individual (or as an organization if you are an employee of a business, non-profit organization, or government agency).

You’ll also need an Apple ID with two-factor authentication turned on, as well as up-to-date personal information. After launching the Apple Developer app, you’ll need to tap on the tab Account and sign in with your Apple ID. You should then read Apple’s Developer Agreement and tap Accept, before hitting Enroll Now.

Congratulations, you are now ready to download iPadOS 15.

IPadOS 15 Developer Beta Download

Sign in as an Apple developer

Downloading iPadOS 15 is extremely easy. Once you’ve signed up for an Apple developer account and logged in, you can simply go to download page and choose iPadOS 15. From there, you should go to Settings> Downloaded profile> Install to install the configuration profile for iPadOS 15.

Doing this installs only the configuration profile for iPadOS 15, which is not exactly the same as the operating system itself. As such, you have to go one step further to install the actual software on your iPad.

First, go to Settings> General> Software update. Then tap Download and install. After accepting the terms and conditions, you will go through the operating system installation process.

Keep in mind that being a beta developer, iPadOs 15 should have its fair share of bugs at this point. So don’t expect the smoothest ride possible. However, once the public beta, and then the official release, is available, you can download them, something that will definitely give you a smoother experience.

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