iPhoneHow to Remove iOS 16 Beta from iPhone

How to Remove iOS 16 Beta from iPhone

iOS 16 public beta is available for all support devices. If you want to try it on your iPhone, you can download and install the iOS 16 beta. Beta testing is always an exciting but risky venture. It brings features such as a customizable Lock Screen, iCloud Shared Photo Library, Smarter Dictation, Fitness app, and beyond.

But if you are on the beta program, you will not receive an iOS 16 stable update on your iPhone. You have to; remove the iOS 16 beta and downgrade back to the iOS 15 stable version. Here, you can check out our guide on; how to install iOS 15.6 on your iPhone.

Can I install iOS 16 on my iPhone?

If you have an iPhone 8 or later, you can try out iOS 16, and you will get the stable update for iOS 16.

To confirm, here are all the devices which can get iOS 16:

  • iPhone 13 series
  • iPhone SE 5G
  • iPhone 12 series
  • iPhone SE (2nd generation)
  • iPhone 11 series
  • iPhone Xs
  • iPhone Xs Max
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus

How to Remove iOS 16 Beta and Downgrade Back to Stable Version

iOS 16 beta version has some bugs and may affect normal your usage. Also, you will not receive the stable version update; you have to downgrade to the stable version on your iPhone.

Here are steps; you can follow to downgrade without losing any files from your iPhone.

Step 1: Go to “Settings” and then tap on “General.” Tap on “VPN & Management.” Here, you fill out your downloaded iOS 16 public beta profile.

Step 2: Now tap on the iOS 16 Bete downloaded profile and tap “Remove Profile” to remove the beta software on your iPhone. After that, enter your lock screen passcode.

Step 3: To confirm, tap on the “Remove” button. Then, restart your iPhone to apply changes. After that, check for an update on your iPhone. Now you should get a stable version update.


That’s it; this is how you can remove iOS 16 Beta from your iPhone and downgrade it back to a stable version. You can also check our detailed guide on; how to import Google Contact on your iPhone.

I hope the article was helpful to you. If you have any questions or suggestions, you can leave them in the comment section below.

Ajoy Kumar
Ajoy Kumarhttp://www.phonetouse.com
Hi, my name is Ajoy Kumar Basak, I am a tech YouTube and Blogger. I created this blog to share my thought about smartphones and how to tweak things around smartphones.
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