IOS 14 beta users will be notified of a non-existent update...

IOS 14 beta users will be notified of a non-existent update...
IOS 14 beta users will be notified of a non-existent update...
It’s not just you. Once again, iOS beta users are faced with an annoying message about a non-existent update. This time, users with iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 Beta installed on the iPhone and iPad will be presented with erroneous messages asking them to update to the latest beta version even though no updates are available.

The popup mentions that there is a new beta for iOS 14, but none. This bug isn’t exactly new as something very similar happened during the iOS 12 beta in 2018.

A new iOS update is now available. Please upgrade from the iOS 14 beta.

Several users on Twitter have been complaining about this news in the past few days, which seems to be affecting even more devices tonight.

The reasons for this message are still unknown, but in 2018 the wrong message was caused due to an error in the system that calculates when an iOS build will expire. Most likely, this bug affects the beta version of iOS 14.2 now.

Have you been notified with this update message? Let us know in the comments below.

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