Apple has released the seventh beta of iOS, iPadOS, tvOS 16 as well as watchOS 9 for developers and power users with a matching test configuration profile. Beta releases for upcoming operating systems focus on bug fixes.
iOS, iPadOS, tvOS 16 Beta 7
iOS 16, which, among other things, upgrades CarPlay to the car operating system, iPadOS 16, which will come out later and will then offer improved multitasking, as well as tvOS 16 and watchOS 9 who received the new pre-release versions, which, In this late stage of development, focus on improvements and limiting bug fixes. Regarding iPadOS, Apple released the first beta version of iPadOS 16.1 a little later, since iPadOS 16.0 is aimed exclusively at developers and testers.
In total, Apple has released five beta versions, and they are about to
Einstellungen → Allgemein → Softwareupdate Installed, provided a matching demo profile is installed.
*) iPadOS 16.1 will only be released as a final release.
The pre-release downloads are around 300-400MB in size and are primarily intended to help developers set up and evaluate their apps for the upcoming iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS platforms.
The manufacturer has more information underInstall the Apple betaBriefly.
Developer Beta 7 will be followed by Developer Beta 8, followed by the release of the first candidate and final release. iOS 16 and its variants are expected to be released in September, while iPadOS 16.1 is expected to be released in October.
This is a particularly important year for iPadOS. As its own platform with features designed specifically for the iPad, we have the flexibility to deliver iPadOS on its own schedule. In this case, iPadOS will ship after iOS, as version 16.1 in a free software update.
The somewhat newer version of iPadOS 16.1 has already been confirmed and thus version 16 has been skipped by Apple for the website Take Crunch.
“Subtly charming coffee scholar. General zombie junkie. Introvert. Alcohol nerd. Travel lover. Twitter specialist. Freelance student.”