🚫 You’ll Probably Encounter a Lot of Issues
Betas exist for a reason. They let companies share their new software update so they can detect any possible bugs and issues.
Think of the developer beta as the really early stages of Apple’s software updates. It’s the first time the public can play around with them, so they’re bound to be some problems.
You might face annoying bugs or even suffer from performance issues. So it’s best to stay away until the public beta—which can also have issues—is available for all of us.