Once Apple was done with the WWDC event, it released the iOS 10 beta for iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch to developers. Since iOS 10 beta is not yet available for public so users cannot install it whatsoever. Currently, only developers, who have a registered account with Apple are allowed to install iOS 10 beta. However, if you want to get your hands on it, even before Apple makes it available to the public, it seems like there is a workaround that will let you.
Install iOS 10 Beta On Your Compatible iOS Device Without An Apple Developer Account
This tweak works and lets you install iOS 10 beta even if you don't have an Apple Developer account. Moreover, the steps are extremely simple and does not require users to be tech savvy. In fact, you don't even have to connect your iPhone to your computer. The only thing that you need is your compatible iOS device and an internet connection. For more details, check out the video embedded below.
- All you have to do is open the iOS 10 beta profile on your iPhone or any other compatible iOS device using Safari and install it.
- Once you install the profile, you will see that your device will restart during the operation. Let it boot and once it is done, just navigate to Settings > General > Software Update and then search for the update.
- If the update does not show up at the first time, simply close the Settings menu and repeat the procedure.
- Once it shows up, just download and install it like you would update your firmware normally over the air.
Do make sure to open the iOS 10 beta profile directly on Safari on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Furthermore, make sure that your device is compatible with iOS 10 as well. If you don't do that, your device might get damaged. Complete these prerequisites and you will be automatically redirected to install iOS 10 beta from within the Settings app.
Since the beta will be downloaded as an OTA update, all of your data will remain as it is. However, do back your data up using iTunes in case something goes wrong. This is it, you will install iOS 10 beta without an Apple Developer account. iOS 10 offers a lot of new features, ranging from rich notifications on the lock screen for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus to the redesigned Apple Music app.
This is it for now, folks. What do you guys think about this tweak to install iOS 10 beta? If you're going to try this, be sure to let us know in the comments.