Apple released the third beta of its firmware yesterday, iOS 9 and WatchOS 2 public betas will arrive this fall for all users of iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. But when Apple introduced last June said that these new versions registered in the public beta program of iOS and OS X could test these new versions from July users. Many were those who expected that with today’s update public beta program for IOS inauguration, but so far has not happened. The good news is that the wait can be very short, and there are signs that say the first public beta would be this beta 3 which has just been launched. We give details below.
The tracks on this that I have found in the documentation that accompanies these betas today and in which, speaking of the new two-step authentication, expressly says that “is designed for users of the public beta of iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan “. Therefore Apple has not forgotten this program that allows any user, no developer account, to register and test new versions of iOS before they are released to the general public.
It is important to remember, as we always do, that the betas are unstable versions with bugs and compatibility issues that can make your device may not be as reliable as usual. Before signing up for a program of this type, and especially before installing a beta, it is important to inform you that failure is and what problems it can cause, especially if the device that you use every day and you need to work so correct. Although public betas tend to be more polished than the beta for developers, better safe than sorry.