Apple Moves to Prevent iPhone Users From Getting iOS 17 Developer Beta for Free

iOS 17 Developer Beta
iOS 17 Developer Beta

This menu will enable iOS developer betas directly on an iPhone for Apple Developer Program members, eliminating the need to install a configuration profile from the Apple Developer website. According to Apple, this menu will be the only way to enable developer betas in future iterations of iOS because profiles will no longer function.

When iOS 17 is released at WWDC in June, this modification will prevent iPhone users who aren’t members of Apple’s Developer Program, which costs $99 a year, from downloading it for free. Up until now, anyone could download the profiles from websites like and quickly and for free install iOS developer betas.

iPhone users will have to wait until the public beta of iOS 17, which is expected to be released in July, if they do not want to spend $99 annually for Apple’s Developer Program. Users can sign up for free for Apple’s public beta software programme. It’s still unclear whether users will have the option to download the iOS 17 developer beta for free using an IPSW file.

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