Next week, Apple will begin distributing an iOS upgrade that will give consumers in India compatibility for 5G. iOS 16 beta software enables 5G service functionality for Apple iPhones. However, not every user will get the update because this is a beta version and is only available to people who have signed up for the Apple Beta Software Program, Live Mint reports.
The iPhone 14, iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and iPhone SE (3rd generation) models are on the list of Apple iPhones eligible for the iOS 16 beta upgrade.
Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics have indicated that they will upgrade the software for their 5G phones in India by December, despite the fact that most Android devices have software compatibility to use 5G.
Join the Apple Beta Software Program
Anyone with a working Apple ID is eligible for the Apple Beta Software Program. During the registration process, interested users must agree to the terms of the Apple Beta Software Program Agreement. In addition, the program allows iPhone owners to test beta software and use the latest features before making the product generally available to users.
You can enroll your iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, HomePod mini, or Apple Watch in the Apple Beta Software Program to access the latest public betas and subsequent updates.
Users should always backup their iPhone, iPad, or Mac before installing the public beta.
To exit the program, go to the program’s unsubscribe page and follow the instructions to remove your Apple ID from the Apple Beta Software Program.