How to Install iOS 10 Beta on Your iPhone or iPad

Apple unveiled the hotly anticipated the next major version of iOS, iOS 10, during the WWDC 2016 Keynote address earlier today, which includes a number of new features and improvements.
A short while back, Apple also seeded the first beta version of iOS 10 to developers.
If you’re a member of Apple’s Developer Program and want to install iOS 10 beta on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch then check out the step-by-step instructions.
Some important points before we start:

1. Go to the Apple Developer Program website and sign in with your account. Make sure you visit the website using your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch – the device on which you want to install iOS 10 beta.
2. Now tap on the ‘Discover’ tab at the top of the page once you’re signed in.

3. Now tap on ‘iOS’ in the list of options above.
4. Tap on the blue ‘Download’ button on the next page.
5. You’ll see a bunch of downloads here for iOS 10 beta. Tap on the one that is at the top labelled ‘Configuration Profile.’
6. Your device will now download a profile from Apple’s website after which you’ll receive an over the air (OTA) update for installing iOS 10 beta. Head over to Settings > General > Software Update, and tap on ‘Download and Install’ to initiate the download, and of course, installation process.
From here on in you’ll also receive further iOS 10 beta updates over the air, like you normally would.
This route is highly recommended if you prefer not to go through the hassle of connecting your iOS device with your PC or Mac. It’s simple, and it just works like a charm. Apple even recommends you take this route as well due to its sheer simplicity.

If for some reason iOS 10 beta is not cutting the mustard for you, mainly because it’s a pre-release software with several bugs, then you can downgrade from iOS 10 to iOS 9 in a few easy steps as outlined in our guide. The process is absolutely painless, but do keep in mind that downgrading will erase everything off your device, so please make a backup of your content in a safe location before going ahead.

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