If you have already installed iOS 13 beta on your iPhone and iPadOS beta on your iPad, there’s hardly a day you hadn’t found a bug! Well, that’s a common scenario when it comes to beta life. With a beta profile, if you are facing issues like apps crash or any bug, it’s time to remove the iOS 13 beta profile from your iPhone and iPad.
How to Delete Beta Profile from iPhone and iPad running on iOS 13/iPadOS 13
Step #1. Launch the Settings app on your device and tap on General.
Step #2. Scroll down to find the Profile option and tap on it. Now tap on iOS 13 & iPadOS 13 Beta Profile.
Step #3. Next, tap on Remove Profile that’s bold in red color! → Enter the passcode if any and confirm → the Remove option.
You have successfully removed the beta profile. Going forward, your device won’t receive beta updates.
Now, reboot your iPhone.
To reboot your iPhone 8 or later, quick press and release volume up button then quickly press and release the volume down button, and then press and hold the side button.
To reboot your iPhone 7/7 Plus, press and hold, both Power button and Volume down button.
To reboot your iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE or earlier, press and hold the home button and power button.
Once the device has restarted, head over to Settings → General → Software Update. the official iOS 13 release will be waiting for you. Now, download and install the operating as usual.
How to update to the official iOS 13 release over the beta via Finder or iTunes on your Mac
You can also choose to update to the public iOS 13 release using iTunes. Though this process is not as straightforward as the one mentioned above.
Step #1. First off, shut off your iOS device. Then, connect it to your computer using the USB cable.
Now, you have to enter recovery mode on your device. The process varies based on the device. Head over here to get it done quickly.
Step #2. Once you have successfully entered recovery mode, click on Update in iTunes.
You need to click on Update again to download and install the non-beta version of iOS.
Step #3. Finally, click on Agree to accept the Terms and Conditions.
Once you are fully on board, start exploring the operating system to your heart’s liking. And if you find something new, keeps us posted about that.
Over to you
Whenever Apple releases the beta of its new iOS version, I take part in the testing to explore the new features. It’s indeed a great way to take a peek into what’s to come.
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