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How to install iOS 13 beta 1 IPSW [Download Links] on your iPhone or iPad right now

iOS 13.1 beta 1 ipsw

Apple hasn’t yet released iOS 13, which is still being beta tested, but the company today seeded the first beta of iOS 13.1 to developers. 

iOS 13 beta 1. IPSW [Download Links]

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Developers who have downloaded the profile for iOS 13 from the developer website will receive the iOS 13.1 beta over the air. 

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iOS 13.1 beta

Apple has never before released a point update to an iOS beta ahead of when a new update has launched, so it’s not clear if this release of iOS 13.1 is a mistake, or what might specifically be included in the update. It’s possible that this is a misnamed version of iOS 13 beta 7, which would make the most sense. 

iOS 13.1 beta 1 Download links

Here is all iOS 13.1 Beta Download links:

  • Open this page in the browser on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
  • Click on this link to iOS 13.1 beta1 download LINK the developer profile.
  • Click “Install
  • Restart the device + Wait.
  • After that General> Software Update, and wait for the update.
  • Click “Download and install the iOS 13.1 beta”.
  • Confirm the installation of iOS 13.1 beta1.

Apple has seeded eight betas of iOS 13 so far, with the last one having been released on August 21. iOS 13 is expected to be released in September alongside new iPhones.

After unveiling the most important iOS 13 features on stage at WWDC 2019, many of which were leaked in the weeks preceding the event, Apple released the first iOS 13 beta to developers, who can install the early version of the operating system on compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.

First iOS 13 beta to developers
First iOS 13 beta to developers

As with previous betas, the first release is meant for developers to use first, as it might be less stable than the public beta that Apple will roll out to all users in July. However, considering what we saw in previous years, we’d expect iOS 13 beta 1 to deliver a decent experience for a first beta release. Also, like with every developer beta before, you’ll be able to install it without actual access to a developer account.

The plan is pretty simple, and if you’ve ever installed iOS developer beta versions, then you already know what to do. First of all, you’ll have to search for an iOS 13 beta profile online and install it on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. We won’t link to any, but there are plenty of sources online, just make sure the site you’re getting it from looks trustworthy enough. Once that’s done, the beta will be available for download directly on your device,

You’ll be running iOS 13 beta 1 in no time. You don’t need a computer for any of this.

As customary, it might be a good idea to back up your iOS device before installing the beta. That way, if anything goes wrong, you’ll be able to downgrade to the previous, safe iOS 12 version you had running, without losing too much data.

You could also install iOS 13 beta 1 on a secondary device, whether it’s an iPad or iPhone, without risking anything.

Since I just mentioned older iPhones, you should know that iOS 13 will be compatible with most devices out there, although some of them might not make the cut, including the older iPhone 5s, iPhone 6. On the iPad side, you’ll need iPad Air 2 and later, iPad 5th generation and later, and iPad mini 4 and later to run iPadOS beta. If you have a relatively new iPhone or iPad that can run iOS 12, then you’ll be able to install iOS 13 beta 1 on them as well. Here’s the compatibility list for iOS 12 right now:

iOS 13 beta 1
iOS 13 beta 1

The safest route is, of course, to wait for the public beta that usually arrives in up to a month after the first iOS beta release. But if you do that, you can’t try out Dark Mode, the new volume indicator, and everything else that Apple packed into this iPhone release.

UPDATE: There’s still no profile for iOS 13 beta, which means the only way to install it without a developer account is to get the iOS 13.1 beta 1 IPSW file for your device, and then perform the upgrade via iTunes. Also stay tuned for our hands-on coverage with iOS 13 beta 9 (or iOS 13.1) and all the other betas as we dig in and unpack new user-facing changes as well as under-the-hood updates!