iOS 10 Public Beta Goes Live for Apple Devices

July 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has released the beta version of its latest mobile operating system, iOS 10, for all, giving an opportunity for device owners to have a glimpse of the OS before the full version release. The full-fledged version of iOS 10 is expected to be released during fall.

Users can get the public beta downloaded by signing up on Apple’s Public Beta Program in this website using their Apple ID.

Once signed in, users will can enroll their devices on the beta program by clicking the Download profile button under the iOS tab. Users will then have to tap the Install button respectively under the Install Profile page, and on the Consent page.


Software installation can then be commenced by hitting the Download and Install button which will get displayed after a reboot under the Settings → General → Software Update.

The public beta of iOS 10 is the same build as the iOS 10 Developer Preview, which was made available earlier this week. Unlike the public beta, the Developer Preview 2 was made available only to those enrolled in the Apple Developer program.

Users must be aware of the fact that they could experience countless bug issues and other issues in their devices, since it’s only a beta version of iOS 10. Apple says that the new iOS 10 beta is compatible with iPad 4th gen, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, iPad mini 2/3/4, iPad touch 6th gen, and all iPhones above iPhone 5.

Apple iOS 10, which was unveiled last month features plenty of new features, and you can check here to go through what we felt as the top five features.

Alongside, apple has also released the public beta for macOS Sierra, which can be accessed from the same website.

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