iOS 16 Beta 1 Profile File Download Of OTA Update Without Developer Account Released

Here’s how to download and install iOS 16 beta 1 Configuration Profile file OTA update without a registered UDID or developer account.

Now that Apple has announced iOS 16 to the world and we know what the new update will entail, expectations are even higher than ever.

Apple has also now made the first developer beta of iOS 16 available for download by anyone who has the required beta profile installed. A public beta will be available eventually, but it’s unlikely to be for a few weeks yet.

However, there are ways and means to make sure that you can take this developer beta for a spin without actually being a developer or signing up for a developer account. However, first make sure that you have a full iPhone backup before starting — this is beta software and anything could happen, after all.

With that said, let’s dive in.

Step 1: On your iOS device, launch Safari, and open this link here. Enter iOS16 as pass.

Step 2: Download the profile to your device by tapping the download button on the page shown. In case the link above goes down or is no longer working, let us know in the comments below and we will try our best to make sure we keep a working link as up to date here as possible so you can download the OTA update throughout the iOS 16 beta cycle which goes all the way up to September of this year.

Step 3: If asked “on which device would you like to install this profile?” select iPhone.

Step 4: In the screen that follows, hit Install. After the profile is installed, your device will be rebooted.

Step 5: Once your device is done rebooting, launch the Settings app, navigate to General > Software Update and you should find the “iOS 16 Developer beta OTA” update waiting for you there.

Step 6: Hit Download and Install, sit back and relax.

Once your device is done updating, it should reboot into the first beta of iOS 11. Test away!

All pretty simple, right? Happy beta-ing!

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