Tips to Install iOS 13 Beta on an iPhone
Apple officially introduced its latest system, iOS 13 at the WWDC 2019 event. For now, the operating system is present in a beta version intended for developers. Users will be the available following:
Reporting from the Android Pit page, Wednesday (05/06/2019) this year the procedure for installing iOS 13 betas on the iPhone is slightly different from previous years. Then, not all users can get the beta.
Only iPhone 6s or higher, iPad Air 2 or higher, all iPad Pro models, 5th generation iPad or higher, and iPad Mini 4 or higher are compatible with iOS 13.
Previously, it was possible to install beta directly from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. This is no longer possible because now you need to use a Mac because you must first download and install the Xcode 11 beta, a tool for creating applications.
Then, you have to open iTunes to install iOS 13, which you will previously download.
An alternative method allows you to do it without Xcode 11 beta, but you have to download macOS 10.15 Catalina beta. In this case, too, Mac is needed. Simply plug in your iPhone, open Finder and install iOS 13.
In both cases, we recommend that you back up your data, so that if there is a problem, it is possible to return to iOS 12.
Finally, please note that the public beta will be available in June, so you must register your device and install the OTA update.
First of all, it should be noted that if you don’t know what you are doing, you should avoid installing iOS 13 because it might be unstable and make your device difficult to use. Apple itself warns users of this danger.