Just today, the world of tech has been treated to the sneak preview of the latest version of Apple's upcoming mobile operating system, iOS 6. And as it happens usually, the Cupertino company has released the first beta build of iOS 6 which is unsurprisingly only available to registered developers. If you are a non-developer but still want to get your hands on the most advanced version of iOS to date, you're out of luck because you will have to wait until fall.
At Worldwide Developer Conference this year, Apple has finally lifted the curtain of iOS 6, which is dubbed as the "world's most advanced mobile operating system." The new iOS comes with more than 200 new features like Siri upgrades, updated stock iOS apps, Facebook integration, new 3D Maps and so on. But that is just merely a small percentage of all the good stuffs that can be found in iOS 6. And as usual, Apple will be seeding iOS 6 beta 1 to registered iOS developers first while the general release which will come as a free update will be coming this fall.
Becoming an iOS developer is not that difficult as it may sound and you may sign-up for an account even if you have no clue with regards to iOS development. You will simply need to pay for the an annual fee of $99 in order to become a developer, and that's it. If you search hard enough, we are sure that you will be able to find download links for iOS 6 beta 1 but we won't recommend grabbing it. Aside from the fact that it is illegal, it is a fairly early build of iOS 6 and there could be plenty of bugs and issues in it. Simply, sign-up for an iOS Dev account and you will have early access to iOS firmware, tools and documentation.Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback