Want to Install an iOS or macOS Beta? Beware 5 Bad Things Could Happen
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With Apple’s announcement of macOS Big Sur and iOS 14 (and the significant changes that they’ll bring), Apple fans are naturally anxious to try out the updates as soon as possible.
Some will be tempted to sign up for the developer program and experiment immediately. Others may be waiting to get their hands on the public betas, which usually arrive a couple of months later.
However, even Apple advises that their betas aren’t for everyone and there are a lot of risks involved in trying out any beta. To make sure everyone understands, continue reading to learn the top risks of trying beta software.