How to Install iOS 16 Beta on iPhone Without Developer Account 

Following the WWDC 2022 event where iOS 16, iPad OS 16, Watch OS 9, and Mac OS 13 were all unveiled, Apple released the iOS 16 developer beta so that interested users could try out the new features. So you can easily download and instal the iOS 16 developer beta if you have a valid Apple developer account ($99/year). What happens, though, if you don’t have a paid Apple developer account? Not to worry! This article will show you how to download and instal the iOS 16 beta on your iPhone without a developer account, so you’ve come to the correct spot. So plunge on in!

Download and Install iOS 16 Beta on iPhone Without Developer Account

A Word of Caution Before You Install iOS 16 Developer Beta

Because iOS 16 is still being developed, there may be undiscovered bugs and other problems that not only damper your excitement but also affect the functionality of your smartphone. Most beta builds include common problems including quick battery drain, the “black screen of death,” unanticipated sluggishness, and overheating. Installing the iOS 16 developer beta should therefore be done with caution.

Installing the beta software on a backup device is the most effective solution for the problems. In this manner, you can experiment with the new features without having an impact on your regular usage. Before starting the installation process, you should completely backup your device. The most current backup might assist you in regaining access to personal data if something goes wrong. Additionally, it will be useful when you downgrade from iOS 16 to iOS 15. Here are two techniques you can use to backup the data on your iPhone.

Back Up Your iPhone Using iCloud

  • Open the Settings app on your iPhone and tap on your profile.
  • Now, tap on iCloud and choose iCloud Backup .
  • Next, tap Back Up Now and allow the backup to complete without any interference.

Back Up Your iPhone Using Finder/iTunes

  • Connect your iPhone to your Mac or Windows computer using a USB cable and launch Finder/ iTunes.
  • Now, select your device and click the Back Up Now button.

iOS 16 Supported iPhone Models

Check to see if your device is supported before continuing because Apple has removed older iPhone models from the iOS 16 compatibility list. The following devices are compatible with iOS 16:

  • iPhone 14 series (out of the box)
  • iPhone SE 2 and SE 3
  • iPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max
  • iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max
  • iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and XR
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone 8, 8 Plus

Download and Install iOS 16 Software Beta Profile

1. Go to after opening your iPhone or iPad.

2. After that, choose iOS 16 and touch the Install Profile button.

3. After that, a pop-up message stating that “This website is trying to download a configuration profile” will appear on the screen. Do you intend to permit this? Tap Allow -> Close here.

3. Next, hit the Profile Downloaded option in the Settings app on your iPhone.

4. Press Install and then input the device passcode (if asked).

5. After that, you must repeatedly press on “Install” and accept Apple’s terms and conditions. When finished, you’ll be prompted to restart your device. To make modifications to the beta profile, be sure to hit restart.

Download and Install iOS 16 Developer Beta on iPhone

The procedures listed below will let you instal the iOS 16 developer beta on your device after you have successfully downloaded the iOS 16 software beta profile. Before continuing, double-check that your iPhone is connected to Wi-Fi and has a reliable internet connection. Make sure your smartphone has a battery that is at least 50% charged. The following step is as follows:

On your iPhone or iPad, open the Settings app, and then tap General.

2. The iOS 16 developer beta can then be installed by tapping Software Update, followed by Download and Install.

3. Next, accept the terms and conditions for Apple’s beta programme.

4. Finally, it’s time to wait patiently as the iOS 16 developer beta is quietly installed. You can use iOS 16 in all its splendour after your iPhone has rebooted.

How Long Does It Take to Install iOS 16 Developer Beta?

The download for iOS 16 should take between 5 and 10 minutes, assuming you have a strong and reliable internet connection. Additionally, the installation procedure typically takes between 10 and 20 minutes. The complete operation should not take longer than 20 to 45 minutes, given the normal setup time of 5 to 10 minutes. Update Process Time for iOS 16 Downloading iOS 16 takes 5 to 15 minutes. Installing iOS 16 takes 10–20 minutes. iOS setup takes about 10 minutes. 20 to 45 minutes in total for updates

Download and Install iPadOS 16 Beta Without Developer Account

Despite not having a developer account, are you an iPad user prepared to instal the iPadOS 16 developer beta? You are also covered in that area by this guide. Take a backup of your device first, either through iTunes or Finder, or through iCloud (Settings -> your profile -> iCloud -> iCloud Backup). To download and instal iPadOS 16 on a compatible device, follow these instructions.

1. Open Safarion browser your iPad and navigate to

2. To download the iPadOS beta profile, select the iPadOS 16 option and then click Install Profile.

3. To instal the iPadOS 16 developer beta on your device, go to Settings-> Profile Downloaded and follow the directions there.

4. After setting up the software beta profile, you may download and instal the developer beta for iPadOS 16 just like you would any other update. Download the software update by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

Try Out iOS 16 Beta without a Developer Account

That’s basically it. You should have downloaded and installed iOS 16 on your smartphone successfully. Share your initial thoughts with us in the comments section below now that you are using the most recent version of iOS. In the following days, we will provide additional information on the new features and undiscovered tips and tricks of the iOS 16 beta, which we are also testing. So keep checking back for additional coverage of iOS.