On the first day of this year’s first public beta of iOS 16 Worldwide Developers Conference, on June 6, 2022, Apple is expected to unveil the next major version of their mobile operating system, iOS. But, before that, the rumor mill hasn’t finished offering us some suggestions about what might happen in the near future. When will the first public beta seed of iOS 16 be released?
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The first public beta of iOS 16 may not appear until July, along with dev beta 3
While nothing is official at this time, a recent tweet from Mark Gurman implies that people may have to wait a little longer than normal to sample the first public beta of Apple’s next big iOS software upgrade. The first public beta of iOS’s next major update is usually released alongside the second developer beta when everything is running smoothly. But that might not be the case this time.
“Current internal seeds are a little buggy,” Gurman says, but adds that things “may alter” because the situation is “fluid.” However, if this is correct, the public beta may be behind schedule. However, this does not guarantee that the software update will be delayed.
It’s only natural to give Apple engineers additional time to prepare. Nothing, even iOS 16, should be rushed. Of course, this is a beta, so the program will be rough around the edges by default, especially in version one. However, with so many people likely to download the prerelease software, ironing out the problems is the prudent course of action.
But we’ll have to wait and see what happens. In any case, we’ll be seeing iOS 16 in the near future. In early June, developers (and intrepid persons who aren’t developers) will be able to try out the next major update.