Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Apple has now finally made the beta version of iOS 10 available for everybody, especially for those users who want a head start. At the recently concluded WWDC event, the US-based tech conglomerate made available the Cupertino’s latest mobile OS and its macOS Sierra, the next editions of OS for its desktop computers to the developers, so they could get the time to develop applications for the new software. Not only that, but Apple has also made available its beta program for macOS Sierra to everybody. However, The New York Times suggests most users not to upgrade their system to iOS 10 right now as the official version is just a couple of months away and operating system gets better with time. Although, there is a communal benefit to installing the iOS 10 now, because if the users install the OS now, Apple will get more bugs and feedback reported, and that means a less number of major issues will remain on the official release. As we have already said before, Apple has also made the public beta of macOS Sierra available to the members of the company’s beta software program. Along with the new name, this latest desktop operating system of Cupertino, offers many interesting features, not to mention the Siri support. Being said that still, these are the very early days for more advanced and intriguing developments in iOS, like Siri to third parties, opening Maps or using Apple Pay on the web. However, if you are a beta tester, you can try your hands on various interesting things, although you have to be very cautious about the rickety and notorious bugs, with which the new operating systems are filled with. This new beta version of the OS also comes with the usual risks of any beta-released software carries, like, your device may run cranky, or certain application might misbehave. So if you interested in installing the beta version, make sure to take the backup of the device data. Now, for the mobile devices, Apple launched a beta version of iOS 10 on Thursday, which will incorporate some major changes to their handsets. Apple first gave the hint about the new software as well as unveiled previews exclusively to the developers in June, at the WWDC Conference in San Francisco. Various close sources confirm that this tech supergiant is not going to release a new iPhone before September and the next iPad only after that. So if you are interested in installing the iOS 10 beta, first you have to enrol for the testing program, and to do so, you need to sign in with your Apple ID on a Cupertino web page. Once you finish the enrollment, you will get an email with instructions on upgrading your mobile operating system to the iOS 10 beta. Just like the desktop version, the mobile edition of the iOS 10 also features a third-party integration and a major Siri update. The company has also rolled out a completely redesigned lock screen with rich notifications which will be able to display tiny live widgets. Although Apple has not released the iOS 10, they have rolled out a pre-release version of the OS to the iPhone and iPad owners. The main motto of it is the US based company wants to try out this exclusive mobile OS before successfully launching it. Apple started this initiative last year, and it has been very successful till now. The company is also planning to launch its desktop OS for the public, just like the mobile OS, for a test run.