Before you If you install the beta to iOS 12 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you should be aware that a beta is not a finished version and therefore has some bugs that may limit its use. Avoid using a device that you absolutely need. Support from third-party apps may also be limited. Above all, banking apps often deny service to betas.
Also make sure that you make a backup or backup of your data before updating to the beta. In this case, Apple recommends a backup via iTunes, which you should also archive in order to prevent overwriting.
Which devices can be used to install the Beta for iOS 12?
Both Beta and later iOS 12 can basically be installed on all devices that also support iOS 11. This includes all iPhone models from the iPhone 5s as well as the iPod touch (6th generation). The Apple tablets looks a bit more complicated. It supports the iPad mini 2 (or later), the iPad Air (or later), the iPad (5th generation or later), and all iPad Pro models.
How To Install The Public Beta To iOS 12
Get Your iOS Device On Hand And open the beta site in Safari. Tap Sign in at the top right and log in with your Apple ID. Now agree to the agreement by tapping “Accept”. At the top, tap on “Register your devices” and select the “iOS” tab. Then tap on the blue button “load profile” and then confirm that you want to install the profile on this iOS device. Now select “Install” and then tap the “Install” button at the bottom of the page again. Restart the device now.
After a quick restart, go to Settings> General> Software Update and then tap Download & Install. Confirm your entry again by agreeing to the terms and conditions. Depending on your internet connection and device, the download and installation may take some time.