It’s not just you. Once again, iOS beta users were faced with an annoying message about an update that didn’t exist. This time around, users who install iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 beta on their iPhone and iPad are getting an error message notifying them to update to the latest beta release, even though there is no update available.
The pop-up mentions that there is a new iOS 14 beta, but there isn’t. This error is not entirely new, as something extremely similar happened during iOS 12 beta in 2018.
A new iOS update is now available. Please update from iOS 14 beta.
On Twitter, some users have been complaining about this announcement over the past few days, seemingly affecting the device even more tonight.
The reason behind this announcement is still unknown, but in 2018, the false message was caused due to an error in the system that calculated when the iOS build was about to expire. Most likely this same bug is currently affecting iOS 14.2 beta.
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