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Warning for EVERY iPhone user over new update – why you should ignore it

APPLE is about to give early access to its huge new iPhone update – but you might not want to install it.

The glitzy new update is totally free and packed with tech, but it’s not for everyone.

iOS 16 is going to introduce loads of new features for your iPhone


iOS 16 is going to introduce loads of new features for your iPhoneCredit: Apple

Once the iOS 16 update fully drops in September, it’s absolutely worth installing.

But in July, Apple will open up the iOS 16 public beta.

This is a trial version of the iOS update used to test all of the changes before they go live to the world.

Many Apple fans will download this public beta to try all of the new features first.

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And if you’re a real gadget geek, it’s a great idea.

However it’s important to remember that not everyone should be joining Apple’s beta.

Its main purpose is to test the software update and root out any iPhone bugs.

Some of these bugs might be significant, and could cause you massive frustration.

You may find that certain apps simply won’t load with the new beta.

Other parts of the software may not work as you expect, or even as intended.

And you might also take a big hit to battery life while the beta test runs too.

So if you only have one iPhone, it might be frustrating to use a new iOS.

You’ll also want to make sure you’ve backed up all of your data before installing a new iOS.

If you’re a die-hard Apple fan, don’t be completely put off.

It’s still possible to enjoy a beta, and you might have a really good experience.

The new iOS 16 update adds loads of clever tricks, including the ability to unsend and edit iMessages.

It also introduces a brand new Lock Screen that you can totally customise.

And it’ll even support widgets on the Lock Screen too.

Sadly iOS 16 probably won’t arrive on your iPhone until September, launching alongside the iPhone 14.

If you still want to join the iOS 16 beta, follow our guide below.

How to join iOS 16 beta

To join the iOS beta, you simply need to head over to the Apple website.

You can sign up for the iOS 16 beta here.

“New public betas for iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, tvOS 16, HomePod software version 16 and watchOS 9 are coming soon,” Apple explains.

“As a member of the Apple Beta Software Program, you can take part in shaping Apple software by test-driving pre-release versions and letting us know what you think.”

You’ll need to sign up and enrol your devices, which will give you the opportunity to test the latest iOS 16 features once the public beta is live.

The beta will also feature a special app called Feedback Assistant where you can report any issues you find.

You’ll need a valid Apple ID, and that’s it – no fees or compensation involved.

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Installing the beta also won’t affect your hardware warranty.

You can leave the beta at any time.

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