Apple’s iOS 9 beta 3 is already out, bringing developers and testers access to Apple Music and a bunch of new features and improvements. But Apple still lets anyone try iOS 9 beta, even without a developer account. No, the public beta is not out yet, but iPhone and iPad users looking to try out iOS 9 before it’s released can install any of the existing betas on their devices.

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If you don’t have a developer account and can’t wait for Apple to finally roll out the public iOS beta access program, then you can install iOS 9 beta 3 right now on your device by following the instructions in iCrackUriDevice’s latest video.

Just like with previous similar procedures, running a non-genuine iOS 9 beta version on your iPhone or iPad comes with some caveats – specifically, you won’t be able to back up your data after moving to iOS 9 beta this way, and you might run into iTunes activation issues.

Naturally, we’re advising you not to go forward with any procedure that involves running unofficial software on your gadgets, including iOS 9 beta 3.

The video showing what you need to do to run iOS 9 beta 3 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch follows below.

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