First Public Beta Of iOS 9 To Arrive In July – How To Sign Up
On the WWDC event 2015, Apple announced its forthcoming iOS which will be available to the general public later this fall. However, its uncanny for Apple to handover their unfinished business to the to the public but following the release of iOS 9, Apple concluded that a public beta would be available in July. The trend to allow the general folks get the iOS 9 beta started off with iOS 8.3 and before that there were no public betas, however betas for developers were released.
If you are willing to download the public beta for iOS 9, then you have to sign up for it. Not only is this operation feasible for iOS 9 but OS X El Capitan‘s public beta can also be downloaded in the same way. Since, the final release is due to arrive later this fall, you can sign up and get iOS 9’s public beta as soon as it arrives. So lets get to it.
Sign Up For iOS 9 To Get iOS 9 Public Beta Update
First of all you need to visit Apple’s Beta Software Program from the link provided and then using your Apple ID and Password, you have to register for the public release. However, if you are already part of the program, all you need to do is sign in from the option provided. Next you will get a User Agreement page which will recall any prerequisites or formal information for the iOS 9, as it comes.
You will have to click on Agree to continue and that’s it to the sign up procedure. Your copy of the iOS 9 public beta will be ready as soon as it arrives in July. This will be Apple’s first public beta for iOS 9 and to notify about the update, Apple will send an email to all of its members who have opted for the iOS 9 public beta program. However, the moment you sign in to the program, you will be acquainted with additional information about iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan.
And there you have it folks. This is how you sign in for the iOS 9 public beta program. There are a lot of pretty cool features in Apple’s newest iOS announcement and who know maybe there might be some more amendments before the final release this fall. So let us know in the comments, what your favorite features are on iOS 9 and what additional features do you think should be part of the update.