How to install iOS 14 and iPadOS 14
Apple is bringing changes to Messages with iOS 14.
Screenshot by Sarah Tew/CNET - Apple announced iOS 14, iPadOS 14, TVOS 14 and WatchOS 7 on Monday and broke the news that the Mac lineup will eventually ditch Intel processors, switching to Apple's Arm silicon, similar to the kind of chip that powers your iPhone ($699 at Apple), sometime next year. The flurry of information will perk any tech enthusiast's ears, but as usual, Apple gave app makers a special treat -- the ability to download beta software for the iPhone and iPad almost immediately.

The newest software update that will run on iPhones and iPads ($340 at eBay) includes widgets on a more organized home screen, a new and improved Siri interface and a revamped Messages app with better group conversation features and Picture in Picture video among other new developments.

Getting the beta up and running on your iPhone or iPad isn't a straightforward process right now, requiring a paid developer account to even access it. Here's everything you need to know about installing iOS 14 or iPadOS 14.

How to install iOS 14 and iPadOS 14

For the time being, you'll need a paid Apple developer account to gain access to the first beta releases. A paid account costs $99 a year, giving you access to publishing apps in the App Store along with all beta releases throughout the year.

If you have a paid developer account, visit this page of the Developer website. This year, there's on over-the-air profile that streamlines the installation process. Alternatively, you can download and manually install the update.

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