California technology giant Apple held its World Wide Developer Conference couple of weeks back and unveiled its all new OS X El Capitan and iOS 9, the next iteration of OS X and iOS operating systems.
As always, iOS 9 will be available for download at the fall, along with the new iPhone launches. However, until 2014, the beta versions of iOS were seeded only to the registered Apple developers. This policy of iOS maker changed last year when it announced the company will be seeding Public beta updates as well for the masses to try them out and report glitches.
This year too, Apple has said that the end users will be able to get their hands on iOS 9 Public Beta in July. But you need to know some disclaimers that Apple hides behind a long list of Policy agreements that we never read.
The iOS 9 may still have a bunch of bugs, glitches, errors and lags. If you are thinking of trying iOS 9 Beta on your daily iPhone, give it a second thought. There are possibilities your data may get corrupted and deleted.
So, even though it is a public beta release, you can’t just go into the Settings app and download it through System Updates. If you want to download iOS 9 Public Beta version, you need to sign up for it. So if you have an extra iPhone, iPad or iPod that you keep it as a spare, you can sign up for the same right now. Remember, the same thing goes for the OS X. If you want to use the Public Beta of El Capital, you need to sign up.
How to get iOS 9 Public Beta Update
So if you are like us who cannot wait for iOS 9 release until fall, follow this easy one step guide below.
Visit the Apple’s Beta Software Program designed for Public Betas using your Apple ID and Password. You DO NOT need to be a registered developer by paying $99 a year or any sorts of money to register your device.
Once you sign in with your Apple ID, it will ask for User Agreement page which is just a formal information about iOS 9, its features and risk attached with using the Beta version.
Click Agree to continue further and you are done registering yourself for a Public Beta of iOS 9. Now all you need to do is wait until the iOS 9 Public Beta arrives in July, supposedly in the second week. We will keep you notified about the same here. However, Apple will dispatch an email to all the registered users about the details on beta program. Do read them carefully, because Apple will not be responsible for any damaged caused by the iOS 9 Beta and does not cover under Apple Care Protection.
The moment you sign into the program, the page will show you additional information on iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan that the users who did not opt for Public beta may not be aware of.
There you go! You have successfully registered and signed in to the iOS 9 public beta program that the iPhone maker has given to the end-users. There are hundreds of new features in iOS 9 that are to be excited about.