Have an iPhone or Macbook? Would you like to try out the latest mobile operating system, iOS 9 and latest operating system for Macs, OS X El Capitan? Well, Apple has announced that it has now availed its two latest operating systems for downloads by the general public. If you consider yourself as an early adopter, then here is your chance to be one of the very few to run the latest OS from Apple either on your smartphone or Mac machine.
Previously, the option of using these beta versions of the operating systems was available only to registered developers. Now the company has made it available for download by the general public. You don’t even need a developer ID to download the software; which costs $99 per year. All you need is your Apple ID to register for the Apple’s Beta testing program. After registering, you will notice a built-in Feedback Assistant app popping at the Dock of your Mac machine or the Home screen of you iOS device. This app also enables you to give feedback to Apple, letting them know of the bugs giving you a headache while you try out the new operating systems.
Like most beta software, you should expect to encounter bugs issues and at some point the system might crash. So be advised to install the beta software on a computer or phone you don’t heavily rely on. On the positive side, registering for the beta software will give you many new features and app on both your iOS device and Mac computers. Take, for instance, in the last iOS 9 developer build, it came with an entirely new improved two-factor authentication system, 4×4 grid for app folder on iPads, and Music quality settings for Apple Music among others.