If you are salivating at the prospect of interactive notification on the lockscreen, all those new cutesy messaging options or anything that iOS 10 is going to bring to the Apple’s latest iPhone Operating System, then you’ll want to try out as soon as possible – well now, you can. Apple has released the Public Beta of iOS 10, making it super easy to try the latest features before the official release in the fall.
With all the new improvements and redesigns in iOS 10, I would not recommend anyone to download the Public Beta without a proper backup of your device or without proper knowledge on how to install the Public Beta. There is few bugs and glitches present which can be reported to Apple via their ‘Feedback’ app.
So let’s get Started!
SEE ALSO: Everything You Need to Know about iOS 10
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BACKUP and ARCHIVE YOUR DATA.
This is the first thing you should do even before thinking what about heading to the Apple website. It is preferable to take the back via iTunes and to Archive it. To take a back up, connect your iOS Device to your computer and open iTunes. If you are backing up your activity details too, it is advised to Encrypt the backup by the checking the small box on the bottom left corner. This will create a strong password and it will be impossible to recover the backup without the password.
Once the backup is complete, head over to iTunes > Preferences > Device on your computer, right-click on the backup file and click Archive to save it.
Head over to the Apple Beta Software Program page and Sign up with your Apple ID. Once you log in, you’ll be prompted to a “Guide for Public Betas” page.
After reading the Guide, Enroll You Device. Swipe up to the Download Profile area and click on “Download profile”. On completing the download, head over to Settings > General > Software Update.
Click on Download and Install and Viola!
You now have the iOS 10 Public Beta on your device.