Apple today released its second public beta for iOS, which is now ready to download for users, who have signed up for the updates. Apple iOS 10 public beta version is free for regular users.
Features offered by Apple iOS include a more loaded messaging app, a more interactive locked screen with 3D Touch support and interactive notifications. Also, Siri gets more control over the entire device while third-party apps will be able to get access to the voice-assistant among others.
Apple has released public betas for both iOS and macOS Sierra and users who have a registered Apple ID can go to beta.apple.com, and sign up on the website for the second version of the beta. Users will need an Apple ID to sign in or create one to get the beta build.
iOS 10 public beta is compatible with iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, all iPad Air and iPad Pro models, iPad 4th generation, iPad mini 2 and later, and iPod touch 6th generation.
How to update to the next beta build?
- Users who have already installed the iOS 10 software will have to go to settings.
- There you will find ‘general’ option where you need to select ‘software update’ and tap on that tab.
- The iOS 10 public beta build version 2 will be seen where you need to download and install.
Those who haven’t downloaded the beta can follow the simple steps:
- Go to Apple beta website, and sign up for the programme.
- Accept Apple’s new terms and agreements, then download the configuration profile.
- Once downloaded, your iPhone or iPad will show onscreen instructions on installing the new iOS 10 profile. Follow the instructions and use the iOS 10 beta.
Users should note that they should first back up their device before hitting on the install button.