Download iOS 13.2 Beta 4 ipsw for iPhone, iPad and iPod

Apple has seeded out to developers the 4th Beta update of iOS 13.2 for iPhone and iPad. You can download iPSW firmware directly or install the iOS Beta Profile to install the update withoout any developer account or UDID.

New Features in iOS/iPad OS 13.2 Beta 4

iOS 13.2 Beta 4 has build number 17B5084a and is around 160MB on all the comatible iOS Devices.

Below is a quick list of all the new features, bug fixes of the new developer firmware update.

  • Open Multitasking apps directly from Spotlight Search on iPads.
  • Slight delay has been added in haptic touch.
  • Ram management issues, where recent apps gets closed too quickly.

Download iOS 13.2/iPAD OS 13.2 Beta 4 iPSW Directly

For those users who already have the beta profile installed on their phones. They will directly see an OTA update for the new beta version. Or you can check manually by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

Similarly you can also update via iTunes. There is a proper method on how to do this. Which is defined in this article.

You can find your desired iOS 13.2 Beta 4 ipsw file for iPhone or iPad below.


How to Install iOS Beta iPSW using iTunes

This is a step by step method to install a fresh or an update using iTunes.

  • Fully download the ipsw file for your preferred iPhone or iPad model.
  • Now open itunes.
  • Connect your iPhone,iPad or iPod (Will not delete data)
  • Now while holding the Shift Button on click on Update (If you dont want to loose data).
  • A new window will open.
  • Select the downloaded iOS beta 13.2 beta 4 file you have.
  • iTunes will start updating your iPhone or iPad.

That’s it. Your software will start to verify the firmware from apple and start installing it on your iPhone ,iPad or iPod.

Final Verdict

Should you update or not ?A question asked by almost all of the users. Despite of Apple fixing bugs in beta updates. This is always a try out version for the official public release. To get a better working operating system.

If you are one of those users who want to try out the new update before Apple closes its window to downgrade. Then go for it. But if you are a standard iOS user without any needs for early features. Then there is no need to try Beta versions.

Also remember to back up your data before updating or installing any firmware.


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