Who says you need a developer account to install the latest iOS 10 beta? A YouTube user recently described how anyone can access iOS 10 beta 2 without a developer account.
In a recent video, YouTube user iCrackUriDevice offered step-by-step instructions to install iOS 10 beta 2 without a developer account, enabling anyone to enjoy the benefits of the new beta release.
"While [iOS 10 beta 2] isn't currently available through Apple's public beta program, we can actually take advantage of a workaround right now to install iOS 10 beta 2 without actually being a registered developer," iCrackUriDevice said in the video. "It's incredibly simple."
iOS 10 beta 2: Download and install without developer account | BGR https://t.co/7nm13A6OY3— Nick SLickNick (@Slicknick808) July 8, 2016
iOS 10 beta 2 was released July 5, and many developers have been impressed with the latest iOS 10 beta release.
IOS 10 beta 2 much improved in baseline quality.— Steven Sinofsky (@stevesi) July 5, 2016
The beta release offered developers a glimpse into many new features available in iOS 10.
iOS 10 beta 2 also adds the App Store for iMessage apps, tweaked filter button in Mail, quicker camera flip button, tweaked animations.— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) July 5, 2016
However, some developers have encountered problems with iOS 10 beta 2.
iOS 10 beta 2 broke snapchat filters on my SE (PSA) pic.twitter.com/VMkBActuL6— Sam Sheffer (@samsheffer) July 10, 2016
But despite some initial flaws, don't expect the number of iOS 10 beta 2 installs to slow down any time soon.
Twitter poll, is iOS 10 beta 2 good enough to install on my primary device?— David Hodge (@DavidHodge) July 11, 2016