Fortunately, downloading the iOS 10 public beta is a beautifully simple process. To start, you’ll need to register for the Apple Beta Software Program right here. To do this, you’ll need your Apple ID and password.
Once you’ve signed up and agreed to Apple’s lengthy T&Cs, you’ll need to enrol your iOS compatible device, but…
STOP! Don’t press a thing. Before you enrol your device, make sure that you’ve backed it up. This is beta software and that means that bugs can still exist, so play it safe and make sure all your pictures, messages and apps are backed up before carrying on to the next step.
Right, carry on. Once you’re backed up, you’ll need to point your device’s browser tobeta.apple.com/profile and download and configure your profile. Your device should now prompt you to install the beta file and walk you through a simple step-by-step configuration guide.
All that’s left now is to go Settings > General > Software and click “Download and Install”. That’s it, you’re ready to go. It’s time to enjoy some new iOS 10 features and brag to your mates how your phone is more up to date than theirs.