Steps to get iPhone upgrade early

Steps to get iPhone upgrade early
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If you want to sample the goods before they are officially released, Apple has good news.

Releasing the beta of its upcoming iOS upgrade to the public is a first for the company who has previously only granted developers early access to new operating systems.
As of today, users can visit Apple’s website to gain access to the iOS9 beta which boasts a number of new features.
The biggest focus of the iOS 9 update is to improve on intelligence and productivity, meaning devices analyse user’s habits and makes recommendations based on this information.
Siri will also get a makeover in the new operating system and will be able to create reminders and browse through photos and videos.

Siri will also have a suggestion window which will collate your favourite apps and contacts.
Improved search capabilities will allow easy access to information such as sports scores, videos and content from a number of third-party apps.
Users will also have access to new checklists and sketching features in Notes, and a news app will study your reading habits and collate content that may be of interest.
As part of enrolling in the Apple Beta Software Program, users will be asked to provide feedback to the company.
“Each public beta comes with a built-in Feedback Assistant app that appears in your Dock on your Mac and on the second page of your Home screen on your iOS device,” Apple wrote.

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“When you come across an issue that needs addressing, send your report directly to Apple with Feedback Assistant.”
While users may be excited to sample the software before it is released in September, Apple reminds people to be cautious.
“Please note that since the public beta software has not yet been commercially released by Apple, it may contain errors or inaccuracies and may not function as well as commercially released software,” Apple wrote.
“Be sure to back up your Mac using Time Machine and your iOS device with iTunes before installing beta software.
“Install only on non-production devices that are not business critical. We strongly recommend installing on a secondary system or device, or on a secondary partition on your Mac.”
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