After releasing iOS 14 beta 5 yesterday for developers, Apple has released the equivalent version for public beta testers.
iOS 14 Public Beta 5 is now available for download, along with iPadOS Public Beta 5 and tvOS 14. To get the update on your iOS device, go to Settings > General > Software Update. These updates are bigger at over a gigabyte for the iPhone and iPad.
Beta 5 includes changes to the Apple News widget, now available in a larger size, while there’s also now an option to disable Exposure Notifications. For the alarm clock, there’s now a scroll wheel to set your alarm, while you can also now hide photo albums better.
For a full breakdown of what’s new in iOS 14 beta 5, check out the video below from EverythingApplePro:
You can click here to sign up for Apple’s Beta Software Program—it’s free. Just be sure to use a secondary device, since these betas do include bugs and some apps may not be compatible yet with iOS 14.