Apple has rolled out iOS 10.1 beta 5/Public 4. One of the most significant features in iOS 10.1 is the Portrait Camera for iPhone 7 Plus. Portrait mode applies DSLR-like blur effects over photos with the use of the dual-lens system.

Unfortunately, when I rushed to download the iOS 10.1 beta on my iPhone, I saw “Your Software is up to date” message-even after I had installed the iOS beta software profile on my device.

Can't Download iOS 10 Beta on iPhone and iPad

Luckily, I’m not alone to have run into this issue as so many friends of mine have been faced with the same problem and are unable to download the latest beta of iOS 10.1.

Just when I began to feel a bit sad, a tried and tested trick hit my mind. And guess what? It really worked for me. If you are having the same problem, you can also try your luck.

Can’t Download iOS 10.1 Beta on iPhone or iPad? Tip to Fix the Issue

Note: Follow this post to sign up for the iOS 10.1 beta and enroll your device just in case you haven’t yet done it.

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device → Next up, tap on General.

Tap on Settings Then General on iPhone in iOS 10

Step #2. Scroll down until you see the Profile option.

Tap on Profile in iPhone Settings

Step #3. On the Profiles page, you will have to tap on the iOS Beta Software Profile.

Tap on iOS Beta Software Profile in iPhone Settings

Step #4. On the screen, you will see the option to Delete Profile. Tap on the Delete Profile button to get rid of it.

Delete iOS 10 Beta Profile from iPhone

Now, reboot your iPhone. On your iPhone 7/7 Plus, press and hold On/Off button. While still holding the ON/OFF button, press and hold the volume down button until Apple logo appears on the screen. On other iPhone/iPad models, press and hold on the on/off and Home buttons at once for about ten seconds.

Step #5. Now, go to Apple developer center and download the iOS beta software profile again.

Step #6. Once the profile has been installed on your device, open Settings → General → Software Update and try to download the beta again.

Step #7. If the same message appears again, you need to quit the Settings app. Reboot your device. After your device has restarted, delete the beta profile (step 1 to 4) and repeat the same process. (During my test, I had to repeat the process twice.)

Hopefully, the trick has worked for you this time.

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