Here is how you can basically download and install iOS 13 beta 1 and also the iPad OS 13 beta 1 using Windows PC in quite the easy way.
Apple announced a push of new software program releases during its WWDC 2019 opening keynote which is happened yesterday, with the very first beta release that is made available to all the designers and developers shortly after the event. As many have since initiate out, installing both the iOS 13 and iPad OS 13 beta is not a simple affair with any option of OTA that is available. You also require having X code 11 or mac OS 10.15 Catalina installed beta that is another 7 GB+ download.
That is likely if you are a developer with a Mac, but if you are using a Windows machine, then you will be a bit fixed. Apple does not offer X code for computer system, making it almost impossible to install the betas. We say almost, because someone has the answer. Yes you read that right, it’s possible to install both iOS 13 and iPad OS 13 if you have the IPSW files and are willing to jump through some hoops.
Once you’ve made sure you have an up-to-date backup via either iTunes or iCloud, here’s what you need to do.
Step 1: Ensure that your device’s UDID is registered on the Apple developer portal.
Step 2: Next, download the relevant IPSW for your particular device.
Step 3: You also need to download libimobile2019 from Git Hub and then unzip the file.
Step 4: With your iPad or iPhone connected to your computer, open the Command Prompt.
Step 5: Now, drag the idevicerestore.exe file from the libimobile2019 archive into the Command Prompt, and then add –d to the end, without the quotes. Note the space in there, too. Now, drag the IPSW to the same command prompt so it populates the command with its location.
Step 6: Press Enter and wait. The command will run and your device will restart. Once it’s done, you should be up and running.
Theoretically, this will update your iPad or iPhone, rather than restore it. That means you shouldn’t lose any data, but your mileage may vary. Hence, the steps to ensure you’re all backed up!
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