Apple iOS 9 Beta version and OS X El Capitan Beta Version released for public, but use it at your own risk
Last month at W.W.D.C. 2015 Apple announced the latest version of their mobile operating system iOS 9. Yesterday, Apple iOS 9 Beta version and OS X El Capitan Beta Version released for public, but use it at your own risk.
Now you can test the Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 9 beta version and help the company to improve the system by sending your feedback to them. Users who want to download it can sign up for the Beta Software Program by signing in from their Apple ID on their website. Users need to follow the instructions on the site carefully to successfully install the iOS 9 beta version. OS X El Beta Version is also available for testing and feedback reporting.
Apple wrote “Each public beta comes with a built-in Feedback Assistant app that appears in your Dock on your Mac and on the second page of your Home screen on your iOS device. When you come across an issue that needs addressing, send your report directly to Apple with Feedback Assistant.”
Apple warned the users before using Apple iOS 9 Beta version and OS X El Capitan Beta Version
Many of the users will be excited to use the software before its official release in September but Apple warned the users before using Apple iOS 9 Beta version and OS X El Capitan Beta Version.
Apple wrote “Please note that since the public beta software has not yet been commercially released by Apple, it may contain errors or inaccuracies and may not function as well as commercially released software.”
They also advised the users to make sure that they back up their iOS device with iTunes and Mac using Time Machine before installing beta software. Apple also recommended that users should install the Beta versions on a secondary device or on a secondary partition and not install it on devices important for business.
Apple iOS 9 Beta version and OS X El Capitan Beta Version released for public, but the commercial release of the iOS 9 will be around September. It is for the first time that Apple allowed its regular users to try out an OS before its commercial release.