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Apple introduces Apple ID verification for new iOS beta installations for developers.

There has been a substantial change to how software updates ๐Ÿ“ถ are deployed for testing in iOS 16.4, which is currently available in beta for developers. Anyone that installed iOS’s Development Beta without having a developer account will also be affected by this change.

For customers who have signed up for the Apple Developer Program, Apple has added more options starting with iOS 16.4 and iPadOS 16.4 Beta.
Users can upgrade their devices right now by choosing the Developer Beta or Public Beta version using these options, which can be found on the Settings page under Software Update. It’s crucial to remember that the Apple ID used to enroll in the Developer Program and the device must match.

Apple will no longer employ configuration profiles and will instead use this technique to authenticate identity going ahead.

This change means that users who have previously installed the Developer Beta version using configuration profiles, but are not subscribed to the Developer Program, will no longer be able to do so. Instead, they will have to wait for the Public Beta release. It is anticipated that Apple will continue to use this approach for verifying identity starting with iOS 17.

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