A few minutes ago, Apple released iOS 10 beta 6 for developers to test the update on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. As a reminder, iOS 10 mainly brings a new design to Apple Music and News, as well as tons of new features to Apple’s mobile operating system. The firmware will be available in final version for the general public next month.
If you are already testing iOS 10 beta on your iDevice, go to Settings> General> Software update to perform the OTA upgrade. If you have a developer account and want to start testing iOS 10 with beta 6, go to Apple Dev Center to install the beta profile. For non-developers, Apple offers at the same time to install the fifth pre-version of iOS 10 via its public beta program.
In addition to an overhaul of Apple Music and the News app, iOS 10 includes many new features and modifications, including the first Home app for HomeKit, a redesigned lock screen, a new experience with widgets on the home screen, tons of new stuff with iMessages, And much more. iOS 10 beta 5, which was released on August 9, made some minor fixes, including a new lock sound, a new AirPlay icon, a better UI for widgets, and a new wallpaper for the Home app. .
Apple is expected to offer a keynote on September 7 to introduce the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. The Cupertino company would then launch pre-orders on September 9 and deliveries on September 16, according to the latest rumors. The new versions of iOS generally leaving a few days before the new iPhone, iOS 10 could land from Wednesday, September 14.