How to install iOS 10 public beta the right way

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Try out Apple's latest OS before anyone else.
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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!

How to install the macOS Sierra public beta the right way

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Install macOS safely with this handy how-to video.
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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.

iOS 10 jailbreak team makes key breakthrough

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With every iOS update, Apple makes it harder for hackers to jailbreak its software — but it seems there’s still plenty of work to be done.

At the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) in Shanghai today, Chinese jailbreak team Pangu revealed it already has Cydia running under iOS 10.

Apple drops new betas for all of its platforms

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There's a lot to love in iOS 10.
There's a lot to love in iOS 10.
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In just over a week Apple will reveal its big software updates for all its products at WWDC, but for now it’s still working on bug fixes on the current platforms before moving on.

Apple seeded four new beta updates to developers today, bringing a big batch of under the hood improvements to iOS, OS X El Capitan, watchOS and tvOS.

First iOS 9.3.3 beta arrives for developers

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There's a lot to love in iOS 10.
There's a lot to love in iOS 10.
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Apple has seeded a new iOS beta to developers today just a week after the company dropped iOS 9.3.2 on the public. The new update likely contains a number of under the hood improvements and bug fixes, but Apple may surprise us with a few other tweaks.