The iOS 12.1 is only available to developer users of Apple but do not worry. I will show you how to install this iOS 12.1 Beta 1 ipsw update on your iPhone, iPad or iPod even if you do not have an Apple Developer account. You just need to install the iPSW firmware file and flash it on your device like always. And is here to serve you the right iPSW software files for your iOS devices.

iOS 12.1 Beta 1

Backup all your important data before installing the iOS 12.1 beta 1 update. It is possible you may need to reset your phone or revert back to old firmware, in that case your could be wiped.

What’s New in iOS 12.1 Beta 1

iOS 12.1 beta 1 update is out in the market. Everything is same as iOS 12 except only few things are changed.

You can download the compatible iPSW file for iPhone from below links. After downloading the file, follow installation instructions. Face ID works in Landscape: A support of Apple id functionality has also been expected in iOS 12.1 beta updates but that is limited to iPad pro models only, not on iPhones. Face ID can unlock your phone in landscape mode. iOS 12.1 Beta 1 ipsw Links are available to download now. If links do not or file is not compatible the please inform us in the comments below.

For iPhone

For iPad

For iPod

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First of All download the iOS 12.1 Beta 1 ipsw firmware file from above links. Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod to the PC or Mac. Launch iTunes. Make sure to backup your data before installing the beta update. Now, if you are on Windows PC, hold “Shift” button and click on “Update”. If you are on Mac, hold “Option” button and click on “Update”. After clicking on Update, navigate to iOS 12.1 beta 1 ipsw file that you just downloaded and select it. The firmware will now start installing on your phone. When done, your phone will restart and you can disconnect from PC. iOS 12.1 Beta 1 is now running on your phone.

By doing above steps you have installed the latest iOS beta firmware on your iPad.