Apple unveiled iOS 9 on Monday night at WWDC in San Francisco. Developers have already got their hands on the beta, while the first public beta will release sometime next month. But it turns out you can get your hands on an iOS 9 beta right now, even if you do not have a registered developer s account. Also Read - macOS Monterey releases today: Check compatible Apple devices, top features, moreAlso Read - Apple's November launch event delayed to 2022: Report
The folks at BestTechInfo have shared a video that details how you can get install iOS 9 beta on an iOS device now even if your phone s UDID is not registered with a dev account. Before you go install the beta, fair warning we do not recommend you install the beta now and rather wait for Apple to officially release the public beta next month. It could potentially brick your device. Also Read - iPhone SE 3 likely to bring some interesting specs at a budget, release timeline out
With the warnings out of the way, here s how you can install iOS 9 beta now. Hit the source link to find the right iOS 9 build for your device. Once downloaded, plug your iOS device to your computer and launch iTunes to take a backup. The next step is to restore your phone to iOS 8.3 from the backup you just created. On iTunes, click on Check for Update while holding the shift button (or Alt key on Mac) and select the build that you downloaded. This should initiate the updating process on your iOS device.
You can watch the aforementioned steps demoed in the video embedded below.