How to Install iOS 11 Beta on iPhone 7/7 Plus
iOS 11 Beta was just open to developers on 6 June and many users already can't wait to have their first taste of the fancy new feature of iOS 11. Since the public beta version of iOS 11 won't be available until late June, here we will show you two ways to install iOS 11 Beta on your iPhone without developer account. The methods are free and easy-to-use. Anyone can get iOS Developer beta on their iPhone 7/7 Plus or older models without being a developer.
Before rushing into anything, you may want to pay attention to several things:
Avoid installing iOS 11 developer beta on your main iPhone. It is better that you try the beta version on your secondary iPhone. After all, the developer beta version is not stable enough.
Make a full backup of your iPhone before installing iOS 11 beta into it. A backup to iCloud or computer is essential to avoid data loss.
Get your iPhone fully charged before the installation.
Make sure that there are enough free space on your iPhone (at least 1GB).
Method 1: Download iOS 11 Beta Profile
You can download iOS 11 beta profile directly to your iPhone from the following link. With the profile, you can install the beta version easily without a developer account.
Step 1. Open Safari on your iPhone and go to https://beta.applebetas.co.
Step 2. Click Download to download iOS Beta Software Profile. After downloading the profile, follow the lead to install the profile on your iPhone. You'll need to restart your iPhone.
Step 3. After your iPhone reboots, go to Settings > General > Software Update. Wait till the iOS 11 Developer Beta appears.
Step 4. Click Download and Install to get the update like you did with a OTA update.
Step 5. Wait until the installation comes to an end. You can then explore the new iOS 11 features on your iPhone.
Method 2. Use Third-party App to Install iOS 11 Beta
Third-party app X11 can help you install iOS 11 Beta without developer account. Comparing to downloading iOS 11 beta profile, using X11 can check your device compatibility before installing the iOS 11 beta. Moreover, it allows you to try iOS 11 demostration on your iPhone without installing the beta version on your iPhone.
Step 1. Click this link from Safari on your iPhone to download X11 application.
Step 2. Open the X11 on your iPhone and click Install iOS 11 to begin.
Tip: You can also tap iOS 11 compatibility to check if your iPhone is compatible with iOS 11. Or you can choose Run iOS 11 Demo to try some of the new iOS features without installing the beta version.
Step 3. Tap Install iOS 11 Now and it will open a window on Safari. You'll need to type your name and email account and use one of the coupon codes: WWDC / WWDC2017 to register.
Tip: The coupon codes are valid only in limited time. If the codes are invalid, you may need to purchase a UDID.
Step 4. You'll then need to install UDID Submitter and click Install iOS 11 Now to download iOS 11 beta profile.
Step 5. It will jump to the "iOS 11 Beta 1 Software Profile" page. Click Install and tap Restart to reboot your iPhone.
Step 6. After your iPhone boots up, go to Settings > General > Software Update to update to iOS 11. You can receive more update when iOS 11 beta 2, 3, 4, etc. comes out.
The following iOS devices are compatible with iOS 11.
iPhone: iPhone 7/7 Plus, 6/6s/6 Plus/6s Plus, SE, 5s.
iPad: iPad (9.7-inch), iPad Pro (9.7-inch/12.9-inch), 2017 iPad Pro (12.9-inch/10.5-inch), iPad mini 4/3/2, iPad Air 2/iPad Air.
iPod: iPod touch 6th generation.
Although it is easy to install iOS 11 beta, there are risks of running your iPhone on the iOS beta version. Make sure you have prepared for the possible system errors or issues. If unfortunately, your iPhone comes across any system problems after installing iOS 11 beta, try FonePaw iOS System Recovery to fix the phone back to normal.
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