You can now download iOS 15 beta 7 IPSW files and install them on iPhone 12, Pro, 11, Pro Max, XS Max, X, XR, 8, 7, Plus, iPad, and iPod seventh-generation devices.

The update is currently available to those registered on Apple Developer Program as announced at this year’s revamped WWDC 2021.

As Apple continues to work its way through the lengthy iOS 15 beta process, the company now has iOS 15 beta 7 available for developers to download. That download process is available in two different ways — OTA using a device profile, or by installing the IPSW file manually.

If you have downloaded the IPSW file, following the instructions below on how to install it:

If the configuration profile file method is your preferred way of getting iOS 15, you can follow the instructions for that here:

As Apple continues to tweak iOS 15 as it gets closer to its expected September release, it’s interesting to see which changes the company makes. We’ve already seen it backtrack on some of its earlier changes to the way Safari worked, but there are still improvements to be made across the board.

As ever, we’d suggest only installing these iOS 15 betas on devices that aren’t vital for your life or work. As stable as these betas have been, that doesn’t mean there won’t be problems. Keep that in mind before installing!

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