iOS 16.1 Beta 2

Apple just released the 2nd beta version of iOS 16.1 for all Apple devices, with iOS 16.1 Beta 2 and iPadOS 16.1 Beta 2 also available as of (21 Sep 22) ! The update comes with fixes for previous vulnerabilities and performance improvements. GPS break down on iPhone 14 series bug is address hopefully in this update. iOS 16.1 Beta 2 is ready to download from, you can head on below to get the direct download links of 16.1 Beta 2 iPSW files without a developer account or UDID.Download iOS 16.0 Beta 8 for iPhone iPSW


Basically all of the devices supported for iOS 16 will be able to receive and install this update. It will be compatible to almost all major models of Apple’s iPhones and iPad devices. If you want to try out the next iOS public release ahead of time, you can always try the beta versions beforehand and check out whether you should take that upgrade leap or not. Now you can download and install the latest iOS 16.1 Beta 2 iPSW  files and install them directly on your iPhone, iPad or iPod.

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Download iOS 16.1 Beta 2

Download the iPSW files from below. Just tap on the model to start downloading the iPSW files directly.

iOS 16.1 Beta 2 Profile (OTA)

ios 15.4 beta 1 ipsw

If you want to install the latest 1st Beta version of 16.1 using OTA update. Then download the Beta Profile in your iPhone/ iPad  via the link given below. Restart your device and go to General > Software Update > Check for Update. You’ll get a notification that iOS 16.1 Beta 2 update is available.

Download Profile (currently not availabla)

iOS 16.1 Beta 2 IPSW

iPhone iPad Apple TV
iPhone 14 Pro Max iPad 5th Gen
iPhone 14 Pro iPad 6th Gen
iPhone 14 Plus iPad 7th Gen
iPhone 14 iPad 8th Gen
iPhone SE (3rd Gen) iPad 9th Gen
iPhone 13 Pro Max
iPhone 13iPhone 13 Pro
iPhone 13 Mini
iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro
iPhone 12 Pro Max
iPhone 12 Mini
iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS
iPhone 11, iPhone XR
iPhone X
iPhone 8
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone SE (2nd Gen)

How To Install iOS Beta on iPhone/iPad

Here are the two recommended methods to install IOS Beta Software on any iDevice without UDID or a developer account.

1. Using iTunes

To install the beta firmware on your iPhone, iPad or iPod. You need a PC or Mac with ITUNES installed on it. You do not need any developer account.install ios 15 beta itunes

Note: Please backup your data as this method will perform a fresh installation.

  1. First of All download the iOS 16.1 Beta 2 IPSW firmware file from above links.
  2. Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod to the PC or Mac.
  3. Launch iTunes.
  4. Make sure to backup your data before installing the update.
  5. Now, if you are on Windows PC, hold “Shift” button and click on “Update”. If you are on Mac, hold “Option” button and click on “Update”.
  6. After clicking on Update, navigate to the downloaded iPSW and select.
  7. Click on Update and the firmware will now start to install.
  8. When done, your phone will restart and you can disconnect from PC.
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2. OTA Update

On the air update is mostly not available to users. However you can get the iOS beta update using the following method.iOS 15.4 Beta ipsw

  1. Download the OTA Profile using the link provided above with iPhone’s safari browser.
  2. Install the profile on your iPhone or iPad.
  3. Now restart your smartphone.
  4. Go to settings, general, and software update.

You’ll get a notification that a new update iOS 16.1 Beta 2 is available. Download and install it without developer account or UDID. Remember, this method does not wipe out your data.

Congratulations, you are now running the latest Beta version from Apple without a Developer Account.

Author: iGeeksHub

The man behind iGeeksHub is a well experienced Tech Analyst and Blogger. He has great knowledge on Android and iOS and loves to write about it. Owner and founder of one popular websites like Yescydia.Com, iCydiaGeeks.Com, iDroidNerd.Com and iPSWBeta.COM. He is writing and helping people through his informational and technical posts since 2014.

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