How to Submit iOS Beta Feedback to Apple

How to Submit iOS Beta Feedback to Apple

The purpose of a public beta is to allow users to try out a service and then submit feedback. With Apple’s iOS 9 public beta (which you can learn how to install here), that process has been made much easier with the included Feedback app, which allows users to report problems in a much more efficient way. Here’s how to submit your problems with iOS 9 directly to Apple.

Once you’ve agreed to the Usage Notice and signed in with your Apple ID and password, you’ll need to tap the Compose icon at the top right.

Next, fill out each section with the information pertaining to your issue.

Once you’ve filled out all the information, simply tap Submit and your report will be forwarded to Apple.

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Rheanne Taylor

Rheanne Taylor is the Video Production Manager of iPhone Life. Before discovering her love for video production, Rheanne was the Managing Editor. In her 6+ years at the company, Rheanne has helped produce 19 issues of iPhone Life magazine, edited countless podcasts, and produced over 1,000 educational videos showing people how to get the most out of their Apple devices. She continues to be a regular contributor to iPhone Life magazine, using her 10+ years of photography experience to create content primarily covering photography tips and photography gear. Rheanne is a passionate photographer both in and outside of work and loves to remind people that they don't need a fancy camera in order to capture beautiful shots—her most recent photography show featured work mainly shot on an iPhone!

Rheanne holds a bachelor's degree in Literature & Writing from Maharishi International University. When she isn't overseeing video content, she loves drinking tea, holding up traffic by taking entirely too many photos of bugs, and hanging out with her Instagram famous cat Wesley (IG: wesley_the_pirate_cat).