Download iOS 9.3 Beta 7 – Developers And Public Beta Both


You can now download iOS 9.3 beta 7 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. The pre-release build is available for both developers and Public Beta testers.

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iOS 9.3 Beta 7 Arrives For Both Developers And Public Beta Testers, All Set For Release Later This Month It Seems

iOS 9.3 has been in beta for a long, long time. And having seeded the seventh beta of its upcoming mobile firmware just now, it's quite a clear sign that Apple wants to add a lot of spit and polish to its software before pushing it out to everyone in the wild.

At this point in time, we're quite certain that Apple won't throw in anything new into the beta release of iOS 9.3 as the past few releases have focussed strictly on bug fixes and performance enhancements. But still, we're all up for bug fixes, and this is what iOS 9.3 beta 7 is all about.

If you have a pervious beta of iOS 9.3 already instead on your iOS device, then you can update to iOS 9.3 beta 7 over the air. Simply connect your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch to a power outlet and WiFi network, go to Settings > General > Software Update, and download the latest beta 7 from Apple's servers.

The download will take a few minutes depending on the speed of your Internet connection. Furthermore, it must be noted that registered developers can download the iOS 9.3 beta 7 IPSW file straight from the Apple Developer Program website, whereas Public Beta testers don't have that luxury and have to make do with over the air updates.

It's highly likely that the final iOS 9.3 build will land on our devices later this month along with the new 4-inch iPhone as well as the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, or iPad Air 3, depending on what Apple ends up calling it. And before the big download / announcement day arrives, we highly recommend that you make a backup of everything and install the new iOS 9.3 firmware fresh, so that you can reap the benefits of it in its fullest form.

We will be covering Apple's March 21st event in great detail and bring to our readers each and every single thing the company announces on stage. And regarding iOS, watchOS, tvOS and OS X, we will be going through them as well, provided if Apple makes any sort of announcement related to them. But we're quite certain the company will only touch upon the beta software that is currently available through its developer portal, nothing more, nothing less.