Clean Install iOS 10 Beta On iPhone, iPad The Right Way – How To

Uzair Ghani
Posted Jun 13, 2016
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Here’s how you can clean install iOS 10 beta on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch in a few easy to follow steps.

Clean Install iOS 10 Beta On iPhone, iPad, iPod touch To Get The Most Out Of It

If you’re planning to clean install iOS 10 beta on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, then look no further than our guide. We will walk you through everything necessary that is needed to be known, ensuring things go as smoothly as possible when it comes to installing iOS 10 beta.

1. Make sure you have an Apple Developer Program membership at hand. Head over to this link, click on ‘Enroll’ at the top right hand corner, or sign-in if you’re already a member.

2. Connect your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch to your computer and launch iTunes.

3. Select your device from the top right hand corner of iTunes, and then click on the string of text that reads ‘Serial Number.’ You’ll see your device’s UDID. Right-click and copy it.

4. Head over the Apple Developer Program website, sign in, and then click on Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles on the left hand side.

5. Now click on ‘iPhone’ or ‘iPad’ (depending on your device) from the left hand side bar, then click on the ‘+’ button on the top right hand corner to add a new device.

6. Enter your device’s name (can be anything) and paste the UDID you copied in step 3 into the UDID box. Click on ‘Continue’ once you’re done.

7. Now click on the Discover button at the top and then select ‘iOS’ on the next screen.

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8. Select ‘Download’ from the top right hand corner and download the iOS 10 beta IPSW file tailored for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Please get this step right otherwise the restoration process will fail.

9. Backup everything on iTunes or iCloud.

10. Once the iOS 10 beta IPSW file is done downloading, launch iTunes on your computer once again with your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch connected via USB.

11. Click on the ‘Restore iPhone’ button while holding down the left ‘Shift’ key (Windows) or the left ‘Option’ key (Mac).

12. Select the iOS 10 beta IPSW file and let iTunes work its magic in upgrading your device.

The entire process can take a while depending on your patience, the age of your device, and of course, the speed of your Internet connection at home.

With your data sitting snuggly in iTunes or iCloud, you can now go on exploring iOS 10 beta to its full extent. If, for some reason, you feel that you should downgrade back to iOS 9.x, then simply follow our guide posted here.

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