Apple has just released the fourth beta of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. These versions arrive almost 15 days after the last one, so we expect some interesting news to be collected as we find out. For a fourth beta, we believe they will be more focused on performance improvements and bug fixes.
The most stable betas to date
After a little over a month and a half of testing betas for new operating systems, it’s safe to say that these are, without a doubt, the most stable betas we’ve seen to date. You’ve already seen a big change in stability with the beta of iOS 14, but iOS 15 takes it one step further.
That said, we must not lose sight of the fact that this is a beta. There are a few issues, especially in the interface of iOS and iPadOS, where under certain circumstances, devices get hotter than they should. Many new features accompany these operating systems. From SharePlay, which takes the FaceTime calling experience much further, to iPad home screen widgets or iCloud + Private Relay, there are plenty of features to test and tweak.
If we want to enter the beta cycle, we can do so by following these steps, but keep in mind that we are talking about development builds that contain errors.
Already in the beta cycle we will find the update in the Settings app as an OTA update. During the first few hours, Apple servers may receive more demand than usual, so the wait time may be lengthened. In Applesfera we are already updating our devices and we will update the article if any news appears.