Download iOS 10 Beta 3 & Install On iPhone 6s, 6, Plus, SE, 5s, 5c, 5, iPad, iPod [Tutorial]

iOS 10 beta 3 download connections are currently accessible to introduce on iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 6, 6 Plus, SE, 5s, 5c, 5, iPad 4 and over, and iPod touch sixth era. It’s accessible to both who are enrolled on Apple Developer Program and also the individuals who are enlisted on Apple Public Beta Program. Reported at WWDC 2016, iOS 10 is Apple’s most recent significant redesign for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch gadgets, brining in various new elements to one of the world’s most mainstream versatile stage. Last form of iOS 10 is set for discharge for all purchasers this coming fall.

The accompanying aide will help you download and introduce iOS 10 beta on your perfect iPhone, iPad or iPod touch gadget the correct way. To see if your gadget is good with iOS 10 or not, you can look at the points of interest in our iOS 10 similarity post here.

Before proceeding with introducing iOS 10 beta on your gadget, take note of this is an early beta of iOS 10 which is inclined to bugs and issues and consequently isn’t generally prudent to introduce on essential gadgets. We prescribe introducing iOS 10 beta on test gadgets as it were.

It’s additionally exceedingly suggested that you make a complete full reinforcement of your gadget, either utilizing iTunes or to iCloud, before introducing iOS 10 beta on it.


Developers – How to download and install iOS 10 beta 3:

Step 1: Before you can go ahead and download iOS 10 beta using this method, you need to first enroll yourself into Apple Developer Program at https://developer.apple.com/programs/. If you are already registered on it, simply skip to Step 2.

Step 2: Login to Account section of Apple Developer Program using your Apple ID: https://developer.apple.com/account/.

Step 3: Now you will need to register your UDID with Apple for the iOS device you want to install the beta on. To find the UDID of your device, simply plug your device into iTunes, select it, and then click on the serial number for it to show the UDID, like shown in the screenshot below. Now copy this number using ctrl+c on Windows, or command+c on Mac.

Step 4: From the main Account section of the page, Click on Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.

From the Devices section found in the left panel, click on All.

Now from right hand panel, click on “+”, and then add the UDID of your iOS device.

Step 5: Once the UDID has been added, head to the Develop > Downloads section. You can find this page directly at https://developer.apple.com/download/.

Now from here, select your device from drop down to begin downloading the required iTunes-restorable iOS 10 beta firmware file.

Alternatively, you can also choose to install iOS 10 beta using OTA update method. For that, open the same download page as mentioned above directly on your iOS device, then click on ‘Download’ under iOS 10 beta and alongside Configuration Profile, and then allow it to install on your iOS device (this may require a restart). Once the profile is set, head to General > Settings > Software Update on your device and wait for iOS 10 beta OTA update to show up. Once it is available, tap on Download and Install to get onto the new firmware version.

Step 6: Coming back to the iTunes-restorable firmware download method, make sure that iTunes installed on your Windows PC or Mac is the latest version. Once you are sure it’s on the latest version, launch iTunes and also connect your iOS device to the computer.

Step 7: Now to install the beta, Mac users need to hold the Alt key, for Windows users this will be the Shift key, and then click on the Restore iPhone… button. iTunes will now prompt you to select the ipsw firmware file. Select iOS 10 beta file you downloaded earlier.

Step 8: Now sit back and relax as iTunes installs iOS 10 beta on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Be patient as this could take some time depending on the speed of your computer and the type of device you are installing it on. Once installed, your device will reboot automatically and you’ll be greeted with Hello screen of iOS 10. Happy testing!

Regards, Paul Morris

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