iOS 10, macOS Sierra Public Beta 3 Released – How To Install
You can now download and install iOS 10 Public Beta 3 and macOS Sierra Public Beta 3. We’ll show you how right away.
iOS 10 Public Beta 3 and macOS Sierra Public Beta 3 Released A Day After Their Developer Oriented Counterparts
Apple released fresh new betas of iOS 10, macOS Sierra, tvOS 10 and watchOS 3 to registered developers just yesterday. Today, the company is unleashing the third pair of public beta builds to testers, and it’s absolutely free to download and install right now.
Download And Install iOS 10 Public Beta 3
If you have iOS 10 Public Beta already installed on your device then connect to a WiFi network and follow the steps given below.
- Launch the Settings app.
- Now tap on General.
- Tap on Software Update.
- Tap on the ‘Download and Install’ button as soon as the update pops up.
If you haven’t installed iOS 10 beta on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch just yet then you can do so absolutely free. Follow our guide posted here: Download iOS 10 Public Beta – iPhone, iPad, iPod touch.
Download And Install macOS Sierra Public Beta 3
Since you’ll be required to restart your Mac therefore save all your work beforehand and follow the steps given below.
- Launch the Mac App Store.
- Click on ‘Updates.’
- As soon as the new Public Beta build pops up, click on the ‘Update’ button.
Just like the iOS 10 Public Beta, macOS Sierra Public Beta is also free to download and try. Follow our guide posted here: macOS Sierra Public Beta Released – How To Download.
The freshly released Public Beta builds of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra carry the same changes and fixes as their developer counterparts that were released yesterday. We highly recommend updating to the latest release without giving it a second thought. Especially if you’re using the beta software on your daily driver devices. Although we do not recommend installing beta software on hardware which serve the aforementioned purpose.
Beta softare is always shoddy no matter what you do, therefore it is a risk to have it onboard a device which is your go-to driver. Of course, the final call is absolutely yours if you want to keep a pre-release OS up and running on your smartphone, tablet or computer.
Make sure you hit that download button sooner rather than later if you already have iOS 10 or macOS Sierra Public Betas installed.