iOS 10 Installation, jump to the bottom of the page then
If you can’t wait on another way on how to install iOS 10 on your device then please just head to the bottom of the page and see how to install it. I have had it for about 2 weeks now and I really am amazing at the added functionality of the device. Simple additions to the messages are a game changer for me, I was starting to become a little disappointed with Apples creativity, but iOS changes things for me. You really want to install and have a play around. Best thing is that its NOT buggy at all, really impressed. Now lets ready about it before the installation.
At Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference this week, the company revealed iOS 10, the latest version of its mobile operating system. Although you won’t be able to enjoy the fruits of Apple’s labors until the fall, developers can get an early peek at iOS 10 right now.
What’s In the Box?
Apple is calling iOS 10 the biggest update the mobile OS has ever seen, and while that might not be true, there are a lot of little improvements to be found. First up is Messages, which will now include WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger-style stickers, text effects, and even animated visuals. In fact, you can use some features of other apps without leaving Messages. It’s a bold new day for texting.
Apple iPhone users will also appreciate an updated lock screen that shows more information in notifications and now features 3D Touch integration. Just hold and press to view or interact with an app. You can also use 3D Touch to add apps to your widgets.
Need to be in control? Swiping up from the bottom of the screen opens an improved Control Center; swipe right for a music-centric section. On the lock screen, swipe right for widgets or left for the camera.
Apple Music is a great way to stream your favorite tunes, but the app has left something to be desired. Actually, it’s a bit of a mess. Apple heard our pleas and included an updated version of Music in iOS 10. Hopefully, this will make listening to your favorite songs a little less frustrating.
iOS 10 also features some remarkable interactions between devices. My favorite is a universal clipboard, which lets you copy text on your phone and then paste it on your Mac seamlessly. Keen!
I Want it All, And I Want it Now
These are just a few of the features Apple is rolling out in iOS 10, but if you simply can’t wait you can download a developer version right now. Yes, right now! But there are a few catches.
First and foremost, it’s not clear which features announced at WWDC 2016 will be available in the developer version. You might need a newer iPhone, or even the upcoming macOS Sierra to use every feature.
Secondly, the iOS 10 public beta doesn’t arrive until July. What’s available today is intended for developers, so they can retool their apps for when the new OS is shoved out the door sometime in the fall.
Lastly, this is pre-release software, and that means bugs and instabilities. Apple is clearly confident enough in its work to release iOS 10 to developers, but the OS isn’t ready for primetime. Don’t expect the finely refined and polished Apple experience here.
Ready to Go?
If after all that you still absolutely must have iOS 10 right this very damn day, you’ll first need to register with Apple as a developer. Doing so is just a matter of filling out a form and forking over $99 a year. That’s a bit steep, and will probably deter all but the most determined.
In the face of Apple’s paywall, you might be tempted to download a version of the beta from somewhere other than Apple. Do not do this. Apple is the only source you should trust with your device, especially when it comes to the operating system. Creating a malicious OS would no doubt be extremely difficult, but I wouldn’t put anything past hackers these days.
Before you install the beta software, be sure to back up your current phone. I let my iPhone 6 back up automatically to iCloud, but you can also store your backup locally on a computer if you prefer. If that’s the case, you’ll need to have iTunes installed and the iPhone connected to the computer.
Once you’re a developer and your device is backed up, head over to Apple’s developer channel and sign in. Once logged in, select the appropriate download. As of this writing, it’s iOS 10 beta 1, but future releases will appear here as well.
If you visit the developer download page on your iPhone or iPad, you should be able to download a configuration file that will allow you to download the beta OS over the air. This is probably the easiest way.
If that’s not your style, you can download a special restore version of the beta OS to your computer. Connect your device, tap Trust on the pop-up that appears on your mobile device’s screen, and then open iTunes on your computer if it hasn’t opened already. Press and hold the Option key (or ALT key, depending on your keyboard) and select the beta file you downloaded.
If you’re a developer, you should definitely download iOS 10 beta 1 right away. There’s only so long before the new version drops to the public, and you’ll want your app to be ready to take advantage of the new OS. That’s not to mention the exciting new APIs that will let your app talk to Siri and more.
But if you’re not a developer, I must caution against installing beta software—even from Apple. It will probably be more trouble than it’s worth. Besides, it’s just a few short weeks before the official public beta.
But if you cannot wait then watch this video or head to the link below or watch the video right here https://youtu.be/PXNXTyy-Ig8