iOS 16 for an iPhone is currently available in Beta. That means a public test version is available for people who want to install iOS 16 earlier than the official release date around September 2022.
Usually, you need an Apple developer account to install the iOS 16 developer beta. Unfortunately, such a developer account costs 99 dollars per year. This article will tell you how to install an iOS 16 developer beta profile without a developer account.
Keep in mind that if you install the developer beta of iOS 16, there may be apps and settings that do not function quite correctly. Therefore, it is advisable to install the iOS 16 developer beta only if you know what the consequences may be.
Some of the issues that can arise when installing a beta profile like the iOS 16 developer beta are; performance and stability issues. You may lose data and apps that do not work correctly on iOS 16.
Having said that, if you want to install iOS 16 developer beta on an iPhone, then do it the following way, without a developer account.
How to install iOS 16 developer beta without developer account
Start by making an iCloud backup. If you made the backup via iCloud, open the Safari browser on the iPhone.
In the Safari browser, go to betaprofiles.com. Then, click on “Install profile” at iOS 16 beta profile.
If your iPhone asks to install a new profile then click allow. Now open the settings on your iPhone. At the very top, you will see “Profile downloaded” click on it. Install the new profile.
Now restart the iPhone. Once the iPhone is restarted then, open the settings again. Tap General and then Software Update. You will now see that iOS 16 developer beta is available to download and install.
The entire iOS 16 developer beta process takes between 25-40 minutes. Later, when the stable iOS 16 version comes out, you can install it again via software update.
I hope to have helped you with this. Thanks for reading!