iOS 16 Public Beta 3 Profile Release Date: Here’s What When To Expect

Looking for iOS 16 Public Beta 3 profile release date? Here’s when to expect it based on previous release patterns from Apple.

Apple’s developer betas for iOS 16 are getting closer to a final release and with the company previously promising that a public beta program would begin in July, it’s now only a matter of time before those who want to get involved will be able to do just that.

But when exactly should we expect that to be? Well here’s what we think.

Apple first announced iOS 16 during its WWDC22 opening keynote a month ago and it’s been releasing developer betas ever since. At the time it said that a public beta would begin next month, which at the time was July.

So where is it? Apple released the third developer beta just days ago, giving developers the latest build against which they can test their apps. That might suggest that a public beta is just days away.

With that in mind, we think it’s most likely that Apple will release the new public beta, dubbed as Public Beta 3, next week, somewhere between July 11 to July 13. If that’s the case those keen to test the update don’t have to wait too much longer.

The new iOS 16 update will include an all-new Lock Screen with support for widgets, while improvements to Mail and Messages are included, among other things. We expect Apple to release the update to the public in or around September, assuming the beta program progresses as expected. That’s the same time that Apple is likely to make the iPhone 14 lineup available — running the same software, of course.

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