Apple has released the iOS 10 beta to the public so those curious can now take a peek at what’s coming to the iPhone and iPad this fall.
We’ve published a separate video detailing the iOS 10 developer beta that covers quite a bit of what’s new in iOS 10, so check that out if you haven’t already. In this video review we’ll take a look at multiple new features in the official public beta release along with other unique features that didn’t make it into the last video.
This is the second year of Apple’s public beta program, which allows users to provide feedback to Apple regarding the upcoming iOS release. When you install the public beta you will find a new ‘Feedback’ app you can use to report any bugs or suggestions to Apple.
If you do decide you want to give the public beta of iOS 10 a test run, head over to beta.apple.com and follow the instructions there. I’m sure you’re aware, but if you decide to go down this road realize this is beta software and there may be some bugs.
There will certainly be more changes and more news surrounding iOS 10 up to the full public release expected this fall. To stay up to date with the latest developments, be sure to keep it locked to iDrop News.