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Your Guide To Installing The iOS9 Public Beta 1 On Your iPad

Posted by mluciano | Posted in Apple News, Consumer Electronics, New Products | Posted on 15-07-2015

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Are you looking to get the new Apple iOS9 on your iPad a bit early? Of course you are. Updates area usually always a good thing. They help make programs run smoother. If you know anything about Apple, however, you should be familiar with the fact that they normally keep their updates to themselves until THEY feel it’s ready. Wouldn’t you know it though, they’ve decided to switch things up a bit. Now, they are letting the consumers try out the new beta for themselves to see how they like it. Not a bad idea Apple.

Finally, Apple will get on board with the side-by-side multitasking. This features has been seen on Samsung devices for a while now, so it’s good that Apple is finally catching up with these features. Also, in case you were wondering, any device that you have running iOS8 can be updated to iOS9.

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Step-By-Step Guide

When it comes to these types of OS beta tests, the first and most obvious thing you’re going to want to take care of is backing up your device. Since these are beta tests, they can definitely be unpredictable. Versions like this can potentially wipe your device clean, without any intention at all.

Once you’ve backed up your device onto iTunes or your iCloud, you’re going to want to go to https://beta.apple.com/profile/ on your iPad to download a profile. This will allow your tablet to enroll in the beta program. After your profile is set up and installed, restart your tablet.

When your tablet is back up and running again, go to your Settings, hit General, then Software Update, and you should see the iOS9 Public Beta option. While your device remains in the beta program, you’ll be able to see from the Settings app, which other betas are available, including the latest beta for iOS8.4

Once it’s all set up, sit back, and enjoy the new features this update brings in the beta testing process. You’ll be responsible for the rest of us getting the best version of iOS9 possible. Don’t mess this up guys! No pressure though.

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