How Do I Get It?
Firstly, you might still be wondering how to get your hands on the public beta, and the good news is that it’s really quite simple. Head over to beta.apple.com and sign up if you haven’t already, and then follow the instructions to enroll your devices in the program. Once you’ve done that, the iOS 14 public betas will show up just like any other iOS update.
Keep in mind, however, that even if you were part of the iOS 13 public beta you’ll need to re-enroll your devices by installing new configuration profiles, otherwise you’ll still be stuck on the iOS 13.6 beta.
Note as well that Apple is actually calling this “public beta 2” even though there never was a prior public beta. We’re assuming this is just to keep the numbering consistent with the developer betas. The public betas have always been the exact same builds that developers get, just released a couple of days later, but in the past Apple numbered them differently, leading to some confusion (for example, public beta 1 would otherwise be developer beta 2).