Apple at WWDC 2021 releases Developer Beta versions for iOS 15, iPad OS, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8.
At WWDC 2021, Apple announced a major operating system update for each of its devices that will be released via Developer Beta. The operating systems that are getting the update are iOS 15, iPad OS 15, macOS Monterey, WatchOS 8, and the update for tvOS. Everything has been released to developers in Developer Beta.
Reporting from SlashGear (8/6), the iOS 15 beta can be downloaded and run on iPod touch 7th gen or later, iPhone SE 1 or 2nd edition, iPhone XR, XS, iPhone X, and iPhone 6. will be released in the near future and Apple confirmed, the final release of iOS 15 will be in late 2021.
Also, to be able to use iPadOS 15, you need an iPad Air 2, iPad Air 3rd gen or later, iPad mini 4 and above, iPad 5th gen, iPad Pro 9.7 inch, iPad Pro 10.5 inch, iPad 12.9-inch Pro, and 11-inch iPad Pro. These devices will be able to run iPadOS 15 in either Developer Beta mode, Public Beta, or its final public release mode.
Switch to device wearable, watchOS 8 can run on the most recent Apple Watch Series 3, 4, 5, 6, or SE. For integration smartphoneit can only be supported on iPhone 6s or with iOS 14.
Apple also announced an update for Mac devices, namely macOS Monterey. You must have a MacBook (early 2016), Mac mini (late 2014), Mac Pro (late 2013), MacBook Pro (early 2015), MacBook Air (early 2015), iMac Pro (2017), iMac (late 2015), or devices that are newer than the model mentioned, to be able to try out this developer version of iOS 15.
To be able to download this update, you can access it on Apple’s developer portal with all the software mentioned above.