What better way to kick off August than with a new iOS 10 beta. Just two weeks after beta 3 was made available to those with developer accounts, Apple has unleashed yet another update, likely one of the last before the official rollout.
We’ll let you know how to download the update without a developer account soon, but if you’re willing to wait a few days, Apple will likely release an updated public beta that anyone can download before the end of the week.
Although there has been no confirmation as to how many betas the company will release before working on finalizing the Gold Master version of the software, Apple released the final beta for iOS 9 almost precisely twelve months ago today. If this isn’t the final beta, we’re definitely getting close.
We’ll be sure to let you know about all the changes in the update as soon as we have a full list. In the meantime, you can download and find out for yourself.
iOS 10 beta 4 is available now to those with a developer account as an over-the-air update. A downloadable version of the software should also be available soon through Apple’s website, if you prefer to update via computer.