Unenroll Your Devices

to Stop Receiving Public Betas

When your device is enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program, you will automatically receive new versions of the public beta from iOS Software Update, the Mac App Store, or tvOS Software Update. At any time, you may unenroll your device so that it no longer receives these updates.


1

Open the App Store Preference Pane.

Go to the Apple menu () and select System Preferences. Select the App Store icon from the list of Preferences icons.


2

Disable Beta Software Updates.

Click the “Change…” button next to “Your computer is set to receive beta software updates.”


3

Confirm Your Change.

A dialog will appear asking if you would like to show or hide beta software updates. Select "Do Not Show Beta Software Updates," and your Mac will no longer receive the public betas. When the next commercial version of macOS is released, you can install it from the Mac App Store.


How do I restore a prior release of macOS?

To go back to a prior release of macOS, you can restore your Mac from the Time Machine backup that you created before installing the public beta.
1

Open your Profiles

To stop receiving the iOS public betas, follow the instructions below to remove the iOS Beta Software Profile. Go to Settings > General > Profiles and tap the iOS Beta Software Profile that appears.


2

Delete the iOS Beta Software Profile

Tap Delete Profile. If asked, enter your device passcode, then tap Delete. Once the profile is deleted, your iOS device will no longer receive iOS public betas. When the next commercial version of iOS is released, you can install it from Software Update.


How do I restore a prior release of iOS?

To go back to a prior release of iOS, you can restore your iOS device from the iTunes backup that you created before installing the public beta.
1

Go to Settings.

To stop receiving the tvOS public betas, go to Settings > System > Software Update > and turn off Get Public Beta Updates.


2

Wait for next tvOS release.

Once your setting has changed, your Apple TV will no longer receive tvOS public betas. When the next commercial version of tvOS is released, it will automatically install if you have Automatic Software Update turned on. Or, you can install it from Settings > System > Software Updates > Update Software.


How do I restore a prior release of tvOS?

To go back to a prior release of tvOS, you can connect your Apple TV to a computer with a USB-C cable and restore from iTunes.

How do I leave the program?

To leave the Apple Beta Software Program, you must first sign in, then click the Leave Program link. If you leave, you will stop receiving emails about the Apple Beta Software Program and will no longer be able to submit feedback with Feedback Assistant.

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