A couple of weeks ago, Apple unveiled its new operating systems for both desktop and mobile platforms, the OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. Though, it wasn’t a public release but there’re some users want to get their hands on the iOS 8 before it gets released publicly. If you aren’t a registered developer from Apple then it’s gonna tough for you. It’s not the first time Apple doing so. It’s a way that Apple implies to get the tested and final unreleased version of its operating system.
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The Cupertino-based company does so in order to get a flawless version of its software. Developers are asked to get their applications updated before the final release and pinpoint any error they find during their testing period.
Anyhow, Apple has released iOS 8 beta 2 for developers that can be accessed through Apple’s developer portal. The new beta combines many fixes found in the first beta of iOS 8.
But here Apple warns its casual fans to avoid iOS 8 beta 2 as it’s specifically intended for the developers. The download of new beta might stop their handsets to work. So, Apple highly recommends that only developers should be installing this new software and non-developers should stay away.
To become a registered Apple developer, you’ll need to enroll yourself in the Apple’s developer program using this link. It’ll cost you $99 per year. The final release of both operating systems is supposed to be set later this year.