Jun 19, 2016
TnT Editor

How To Get macOS Sierra and iOS 10 Right Now

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2016 kicks off on Monday with Apple CEO Tim Cook start speech. This year Apple announced major updates to its two operating systems – iOS 10 and macOS Sierra.

For iOS 10, Apple bring a bunch of new features including updates to Messages, Phone app, improved 3D Touch, and redesigned control panel. While, macOS Sierra, Apple added in Siri integration, picture-in-picture mode with videos, the ability to unlock Mac with Apple Watch and more new cool features.

Most of the Apple enthusiasts can’t wait till the official launch of the OS. Thanks to the Apple Beta Software Program, you can sign up program and get access to pre-release beta version for test out some of the new features before everyone else. The Apple Beta Software Program registration process is even easier than other. As a member of the Apple Beta Software Program, you’ll be able to enroll your iOS device or Mac to access the iOS and OS X public betas.

In this article, we will walk through steps of registering as member of the Apple Beta Software Program to get access the latest public beta.

How To Get macOS Sierra and iOS 10 Right Now

How to Join Apple Beta Software Program

Being part of the Apple Beta Software Program requires you signing up program account with Apple ID. The Apple ID information is must to start registration. The Apple Beta Software Program is open to anyone with a valid Apple ID who accepts the Apple Beta Software Program Agreement during the sign-up process. If you do not have an Apple ID, you can create one now.

First, visit to the Apple Beta Software Program web page in web browser, click the sign up button and fill in Apple ID information. Join the program from the web page — yes, it’s free. This registers your Apple ID as being part of the members program, allowing you to receive pre-release version as well as subsequent updates, directly from the Mac App Store or iOS Software Update before official launch.

Once that’s done, head to the next page and then enroll your iOS device or Mac which want to receive the latest public beta. Download the new iOS Beta Configuration Profile from your device at this web page.

Last, open the settings app on your iOS device or Mac, select General, and select “Software Update”

Note: iOS 10 and macOS Sierra betas will live start in July, therefore it won’t be listed in the Apple Beta Software Program yet.

Should I Join Apple Beta Software Program:

If you are already enrolled to “Apple Beta Software Program”, it is totally fine as there are known risks or irritants. The Beta version you will receive are internally tested and Apple won’t release something that will break your device.

To make sure you stay safe, we recommended first make a backup for your device. Connect iOS device to PC and back up with iTunes. You can archive that backup within iTunes to preserve a copy of it.

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