Apple has released iOS 10 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch but there is a slight problem. It is currently only available for developers, therefore if you do not have a developer account then you can not install iOS 10 on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered, there is a way you don’t have to pay for the developer account. Here is how to install iOS 10 beta 1.
Install iOS 10 Beta 1
There are two ways of installing iOS 10 beta 1 on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. One is the right way to do it and the other is somewhat shady way of installing the iOS 10 beta. If it were for me, I would suggest you go for the first one but it takes time.
The first method of install iOS 10 beta without a developer account is directly from Apple. Apple during its keynote mentioned that starting this July, it will launch the public beta program for iOS 10. All you have to do is, just go to beta.apple.com and sign up for iOS 10. This is by far the best and most reliable method of install iOS 10 on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
As I mentioned above, this method is going to be available in July, so if you want iOS 10 right now, you will have to wait.
This method is a bit shady one and I do not recommend it as it is only aimed at developers. If you install iOS 10 beta 1 using this method, you might encounter some bugs or other problems with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Step 1: Download the leaked iOS 10 beta.
Step 2: Restore your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Step 3: In your iTunes, shift+alt click on ‘upgrade’ and select the IPSW file for your iOS device.
Ste 4: Now let your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch install iOS 10 on it.
This method will get iOS 10 on your iOS device but as I mentioned above, I do not recommend this method. If you really want to go then go ahead and install iOS 10.