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How To Download and Install iOS 10 Public Beta on iPhone or iPad

Getting the best out of Apple’s newest version of iOS

Since the new iOS 10 beta system has been released, I am certain that many iPhone users will be eager to try out Apple’s newest iOS system before its eventual release later on this fall.

There are several items that you must take into account before installing the public beta system. Please do not install the new system on the device you use most of the time as the iOS 10 operating system is still in the development stage. This newest version of iOS is still a work in progress by Apple and is working the best that it can be for the time being.

The system can be improved through the help of beta testers like you, so, if you want to download the iOS 10 system to try it out on a secondary device, read on and I will walk you through the process of downloading and installing the system on your device.

You can install the iOS 10 operating system on any of the following Apple products: Fourth generation iPad, the iPad Air and Air 2, iPad Pro and the iPad mini 2, 3, and 4, sixth generation iPad touch, the iPhone 5, 5c, and 5s, the iPhone SE, and the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, and 6s Plus.

Archiving the Contents of your Chosen Device

First, please make sure that your iOS compatible device is connected to your MacBook/PC and open up the iTunes program. You will need to find and click the iPhone symbol in the menu of your computer, then, find and select Back up Now. For added security, you may also choose to encrypt your backup and add a password.

You will then be prompted to backup your apps. It is important you complete this step. You then have to click on command to select and open up your Preferences. You can alternatively choose to click on iTunes in the menu of your device and click on Preferences. Either route you choose to take will end up getting you the same result.

Downloading the iOS 10 Beta Program on your Chosen Device

If you have already registered for Apple beta you do not need to re-register to get the iOS 10 program. You just need to sign in using the same Apple ID that you have used in the past. The process for signing up to join a public beta testing program is simple to follow – just use your existing Apple ID to sign in to the website and you are well on your way to downloading the public beta program.

Step One – Visit beta.apple.com on your device of choice. Chose the Sign up button and input your Apple ID along with your password.

Step Two – Please chose to Sign in with you Apple ID and enter your information.

Step Three – Then, tap on the Accept icon located on the bottom right corner of your screen to agree to Apple’s terms of use.

Enrolling your Device

Step Four – Tap on the iOS button.

Step Five – Tap on the link to enroll your iOS device.

Step Six – Next, tap on the Download profile button.

Step Seven – Tap on the Install button on the on the Install Profile page.

Step Eight – Select the Install button again on the consent page.

Step Nine – Select the Install button at the end of the screen and then choose the Restart button to reboot your device.

Installing iOS 10 Beta on your Device

Step One – After your device has relaunched, select the Settings button and then hit General.

Step Two – Select Software Update.

Step Three – Select the Download and Install button and input the passcode for your device.

Step Four – Tap on the Agree button on the bottom of the Terms and Conditions page.

Step Five – Select Install Now.

And that’s all you have to do. Sit back, relax, let the program finish installing on your device. Enjoy your new iOS 10 beta operating system. Remember to also leave feedback about your experiences with the iOS 10 operating system below.

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