This happens every year: Apple holds its developer event and opens the beta version of all new versions of its operating systems to members of its developer program. And a few weeks later also open this beta to general users who assume the risk and install it on their devices. It happened with WWDC 2022 and iOS 16.
Beta is for you to help with it
Developers have a compelling reason to install this beta: to check that their apps work well on it and to help improve the system so that it launches in the best possible way in September. But in the case of the public beta, most users just install it to satisfy their curiosity and want to try out all the new features. But beware : this public beta is also here for general user to collaborate.
And Apple remembered this fact in the first iOS 16 beta in a clear way. Whenever the system causes the iPhone to crash in general (it happens, remember that this is a beta version and you have to take these r isks) and it restarts, the following message appears:
“Your iPhone restarted due to a problem. Help fix it by providing feedback and diagnostic files with Apple”
What Apple is telling us here is that if you’re installing the iOS 16 beta and you see a bug, report it. If it is something very localized, this message may depend on correcting an error. If you collaborate (just press a button and confirm the submission), you will have helped make iOS 16 a reliable system in its final version.
In other words, Apple asks you not to install iOS 16 beta just to test. If you do, collaborate in its development. If you don’t want to for some reason, you can always reinstall iOS 15. And remember: before installing betas, always make a backup just in case.