Apple just released*iOS 10 Beta 1 firmware to developers for testing and feedback. *If you want to have early access to iOS 10 Beta you just need to Register the UDID of your iPhone as part of Developper program. We can do this for $4.9 and get your UDID Registered in less than 30 minutes from Monday to Friday during regular business hours. But first if you don’t know what’s UDID, please check this post to see How to find the UDID of any iPhone / iPad.
The whole process is not complicated, but still recommended*only*for*true geek. So we recommend that you do not order if you don’t understand what we explain in the comprehensive tutorial below as we won’t provide more guidelines / support*if you’re stuck. Before going ahead with installing iOS 10 beta on your device, it is important to note that this is a very early beta of iOS 10 which is prone to bugs and issues and hence isn’t really advisable to install on primary devices. We recommend installing iOS 10 beta on test devices only.
It’s also highly recommended that you make a complete full backup of your device, either using iTunes or to iCloud, before installing iOS 10 beta on it.
What steps should I take to install iOS 10 Beta 1
1. Order your UDID Registration with UnlockBase
2. Download and launch on your iPhone (with Safari) the file*iOS_10_beta_Configuration_Profile.mobileconfig
3. Backup your device with iTunes or iCloud (we are not responsible for any loss of data during the upgrade process).
4. Download the latest iOS Beta for your device*in “Settings > General > Software Update
5. After download, press “Install Now” to Upgrade to iOS 10 Developer Beta 1.
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