If you’ve been very excited about the iOS 10 release date, then here’s some good news for you. Public beta for the iOS 10 is now available.
For now, an official release date for the complete version of the iOS 10 is still unknown. However, it is projected for a Fall debut. Nevertheless, if your patience is running low on waiting for that one, the logical step is to try out the public beta. If you’re planning on doing so, we try to round up everything you need to know before you do.
Firstly, the beta phase means that you’ll be getting an unfinished version of the iOS 10. Users should prepare for bugs and tons of issues. Secondly, Mac World UK notes that installing and updating with the iOS 10 beta is quite more complicated than installing the iOS 9 updates.
Nevertheless, we relay the steps to downloading the iOS 10 beta below, via Mac World UK.
1. Be sure to back up your device first
2. Sign up to the Apple Beta Software Program
3. Enroll yor iPhone or iPad
4. Once registered, download the profile that matches your device
5. Check the software update in Settings > General > Software Update
6. Tap Download and Install
The beta phase is known for its bugs and complications. Hence, Mac World UK recommends trying out the iOS 10 beta on a less frequent used device. Warning aside, you are now ready to experience the iOS 10 public beta.
iOS 10 release date
According to Tech Radar, the availability of the public beta hints that the release date of the complete version is “closer than ever.” Nevertheless, since no definitive release date has been announced yet, it’s safe to assume that the official launch won’t be until September. Perhaps, it releases in time with the iPhone 7’s rumored launch.
Also, the iOS 10 is compatible with the devices below, via Tech Radar.
1. iPad 4th gen
2. iPad Air and iPad Air 2
3. iPad Pro
4. iPad mini 2, 3, 4
5. iPod touch 6th gen
6. iPhone 5, 5c, 5s
7. iPhone SE
8. iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus
Stay tuned for updates on the official iOS 10 release date.