[Update: Confirmed] iOS 14 Beta Profile briefly made available by Apple, now removed

Update: This looks to be true. Soybeys, leaker and someone who has access to internal tools, has also confined that he’s able to install the beta.

Original article below


Whilst we’re unsure if this is legitimate, Apple may have accidentally released the beta profile for the iOS and iPadOS 14 update – one week too early. This is according to Majin Bu, who got his hands on the leaked beta profile before anyone else.

If real, the screenshots suggest that Apple uploaded the beta profile for the software update. The profile has now been taken down by Apple, as expected, with the link resulting in an internal error. Whilst made public, the profile was only available to users with a Developer Account.

Apple has now prevented the profile from working, so, for those users that managed to grab it in the brief moment it was online, the software is unable to be installed until Apple releases it on June 22nd.

The first beta of iOS and iPadOS 14 will be available after the keynote on June 22nd, when Apple is expected to announce new software updates and hardware.

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