The development of new iOS 10 firmware version continues with iOS 10 beta 4 download now available for iPhone and iPad users. As expecting to see a 2016 iPhone release, this time again Apple has showed its hand with the progession of iOS 10, the firmware that will essentially power the upcoming iPhone 7 / 7 Plus.
The introduction of first iOS 10 beta to developers was made official just after the opening keynote of this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference in June. Apple has since then followed up with two additional pre-release seeds, both of which have taken iOS 10 to the next level and have also been ultimately exposed to develpers and public testers as part of the opening testing process.
Today’s release may see iOS 10 come out in the form of a fourth beta seed which subsiquently allows developers to continue their testing against bugs and others to make Apple’s platform a lot more stable. It also represents an exciting part of the route to being public ready.
Apple has also started to put in place a lot more bug fixes as part of that progession, streamlined with new features and functionality and of course, stability improvements that makes iOS 10 start to feel it belongs on future Apple devices. Previous versions of the platform have been less than impressive in terms of performance, which is nevertheless, to be expected considering it’s still in relative infancy as a platform for compatible iOS devices.
Already being a developer with an earlier version of iOS 10 beta installed, or having an iOS 10 beta OTA Configuration Profile installed, can head over to the Software Update mechanism in Settings right now to grab the latest developer seed. To be precise, simply launch the Settings app and go to General > Software Update to get to the new beta 4 update.
For those firt time installing iOS 10 though, head to developer.apple.com to register yourself for iOS 10 betas. And follow this guide here: Download iOS 10 Beta 4 & Install On iPhone 6s, 6, Plus, SE, 5s, 5c, 5, iPad, iPod [Tutorial].
iOS 10 beta 4 is currently not available to public beta testers (beta.apple.com) but very soon it should be made. Stay tuned!
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