If you’re adventurous enough you can get iOS 10 beta on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Apple recently released iOS 10 beta 2 to developers and has now extended the beta to the public. The same was done with iOS 9 when a public beta was made available before the OS was officially released in its completed version.
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As this is a beta and not a commercial release of the OS it is sure to be a bit buggy. In fact, the entire point of a beta release is for Apple to receive feedback from users on what problems need to be fixed and which upgrades and changes should be made. If you’re going to be taking part in the iOS 10 beta then we recommend you back your device up before installing the update.
You can become a member of the Apple Beta Software Program by enrolling your Apple ID HERE. This will enable you to get the iOS 10 beta update directly from the App Store. Anyone can participate in the Apple Beta Software Program who is in possession of a valid Apple ID and who has accepted the terms of the Apple Beta Software Program Agreement. You can leave the Apple Beta Software Program HERE and follow the instructions to remove your Apple ID. If you would like to provide Apple with feedback of your experience with the beta of iOS 10 you can use the built-in Feedback Assistant app. The app is built into the beta program and can be used to report any issues you experience taking part in the Apple Beta Software Program.
iOS 10 is set for commercial release later this year.
Drop us a comment and let us know if you’re going to be taking part of the Apple Beta Software Program.