iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 Public Beta 2 with Universal Control and Face ID with Mask Support is now available.
Apple released the second public beta of iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 with some major improvements, which include Universal Control and Face ID with Mask Support. It is now available to download and test the upcoming features of the iPhone and iPad, respectively.
It comes after a week of developer beta, and now the public beta seems to be forthcoming for the iPhone and iPad. You can roll if you want to test the upcoming versions of iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4. Follow the following instructions mentioned down below.
Public Beta 2 of iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4
One of the key highlights of the update is the ability to unlock the phone with Face ID even with the mask, and the ability to use a single mouse and keyboard across your connected devices with the introduction of Universal Control.
Tap To Pay is another feature that allows you to complete the payment with NFC through Apple Pay, contactless credit and debit cards, and other digital wallets. Users can also expect Apple to roll out support for the Digital IDS and driver’s license.
There are some minor updates, like 14 new emojis, the Apple Card widget, the Keyboard Brightness Control Centre on the iPad, support for custom email domain setup, and quicker access to SharePlay and such. You can read more about the iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 patch note here.
Before enrolling, you should take precaution because it comes with a risk of losing data or unstable experience.
- Because beta versions may contain serious bugs, it is recommended to create a backup and not to install beta on a primary device.
- Users should know that iOS troubleshoots.
- The Mask feature is only available on the iPhone 12 and later models.
How to Install iOS 15.4/ iPadOS 15.4 Public Beta 2 – Guide
- Go to the Apple Beta Software Portal and sign in.
- Click on “Sign In” with your Apple device.
- Tap on “Enroll your iOS device,” and then scroll down to the bottom and tap on “Download Profile.”
- Choose “Allow” and then open the device settings.
- Over there, look for “Profile Downloaded” and select it to open to access the Beta Software download.
- Next, select “Install” located in the upper-right corner of the screen.
- Enter your password to confirm your action, and then tap on “Install” twice.
- Restart your device, and after reboot, navigate to Settings > General > Software.
- Now you should see iOS 15, and tap on Download and Install.
- That’s it!
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