Below we will review How to refer to the latest public version of iOS 13 if you no longer want to use the beta version of iOS 14, and can this move affect other Apple devices that you use with an iPhone such as the Apple smart watch?
IPhone data should be erased and recovered again in order to delete iOS 14 Beta, afterwards; If you have an archived backup, you can set up your iPhone again using this backup.
Note that the backup copies you saved while using the beta version (iOS 14 Beta) may not be compatible with older versions of iOS, but of course you can restore from a previous backup of iOS 13.
Here are the steps:
- Ensure that your computer is running the latest version of macOS, and if you are using a computer running Windows make sure that the latest version of iTunes is available.
- Connect the iPhone to the computer with a Lightning or USB-C cable.
- Put iPhone in recovery mode by following the following steps:
- If your phone is iPhone 8 or later: Press the (Volume Up) button and then quickly release it. After that, press and hold the side button until the recovery mode screen appears.
- If your phone is iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus: Long press the Power button and the Volume Down button simultaneously, do not release them until the Apple logo appears, and continue to press them until the recovery mode screen appears.
- If your phone is iPhone 6s or earlier equipped with the Home screen button: Press and hold the Phone Play button and the Home screen button simultaneously, and do not release them until the Apple logo appears, and continue to press them until the recovery mode screen appears.
Note that if you have already installed the watchOS 7 beta system on the Apple smart watch connected to the iPhone 14 iOS, you will not be able to use the watch with the phone after reverting to the older iOS version.