Apple today rolled out its fourth beta updates for iOS 10, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10 ahead of their public debut this fall. All three promise bug fixes and performance improvements, but more significant changes could be lurking within.
The iOS 10 public beta is finally here! It’s never a great idea to install beta releases on a primary device, but many of us just can’t wait to get our hands on the latest features. Fortunately, if you update properly, there’s an easy route back if you decide it’s just not stable enough for you.
Our helpful step-by-step tutorial video that will walk you through the whole process!
If you’ve been thinking about downloading and installing the latest macOS Sierra public beta, but you’re worried it might be too difficult, Cult of Mac is here to help.
Although using beta releases on your primary computer isn’t recommended, a lot of people (including myself) just can’t wait until the public release later this fall to try out the latest features Apple has to offer.
We’ve gone ahead and installed the public beta to bring you this handy step-by-step tutorial video. Check it out below.
Apple’s first iOS 10 beta ships with an unencrypted kernel that will make it easier to hunt down flaws in its code. This gives the company a greater chance of eliminating possible holes before the final version is made available to all this fall.
The TextEdit app that ships with every Mac could soon be making its way to iOS. Its icon was spotted on an iPad during a recent demonstration at WWDC, but Apple has made no mention of the app’s release.
You’re probably itching to get your hands on the new iOS 10 beta, but if you’re not a registered developer, that’s not easy. But it’s not impossible. Here’s how fans are downloading and installing iOS 10 months early!