After my participation in the iOS 14 Beta program, I visited within Safari:
I signed up with my pass word. Then I clicked on: "Uninroll device" and after that I removed IOS 14 Beta profile under Settings under general Profile. My iPhone has restarted. Under Settings under general under Software update I received the message: "iOS 14. Your software is up to date." Does that mean I already have iOS 14 Public release? If not? How do I proceed to receive the iOS 14 Public release? Before I left the iOS 14 Beta program 14 GM was installed on my iPhone 11
By BlackCat, 20 September, 2020
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The final version for public beta/dev testers, is called the "Golden Master," which is exactly like the final public version. Since you removed the Public Profile and restarted your phone, there's nothing else you need to do. All updates from now on are public release ones (that is unless you reenroll your phone into the Beta Program again at a later time.)
Thanks for your reply. What a relief. I thought I did something wrong. Also want to take the oppurtunity to Thank all the Applevis Team members, especially Thomas Donville, for all the handy podcasts available for us to listen to. You made it easy to understand and a pleasure to listen to. Much appreciated by me.