what does the new iOS look like?
see the iOS 7 photo album..
Registration is valid for a full year of iOS betas.
iOS 7 beta supports iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, and iPod touch (5th generation). Support for iPad 2, iPad with Retina display, and iPad mini.
Basic Registration - Allows you to install the latest iOS betas.
Pro Registration - UDID Registration + Certificates. Allows you to install the latest iOS betas AND unauthorized applications
Apple releases their beta firmware to developers for testing and feedback. We realize that people other than developers would like access to the firmware but have to pay the $99 developer registration fee. That's where we come in. We have paid the fees, we update you on new releases. And we let you know how to install the firmware.
We manually check and approve each order. However, it will take no longer than 24 hours. Contact support
No, you may install iOS 7 beta using a Mac or a Windows PC. iTunes 11.0.3 required.
Yes, each device you use has a unique UDID.
Unfortunately Apple does't allow us to edit, remove, or replace a UDID from our iOS Developer account, thus we cannot register the new UDID for free. Therefore you will need to re-purchase what you want for this new iOS device. If you purchase from us, it is for 1 developer spot, no matter the circumstances.
Honest answer? Yes, it's beta software after all. However, if you follow our simple instructions, you won't have any troubles. We are not responsible for lost data or damage that occurs due to beta firmware installation.
Once we are notified by Apple of a an update to iOS 7 beta, we will send it to your registered email address.
Beta updates sometimes come via OTA, this means they are Over The Air updates. If an update is OTA go to Settings - General - Software Update. From there click Download & Install and you should be good to go.
If a Beta update is not available via OTA then you need to follow the same installation instructions we gave you for installing the first beta.
See Apple's support article for Identifying iPhone models
As we continue to dig through the new information in iOS 7 beta 2 this morning, we’ll be listing any major changes we find below:
iOS 7.0 beta 2 (11A4400f) released to developers expires on Thursday August 8, 2013 @ 12AM (GMT).
As we continue to dig through the new information in iOS 7 beta 3 this afternoon, we’ll be listing any major changes we find below:
As we continue to dig through the new information in iOS 7 beta 5 this afternoon, we’ll be listing any major changes we find below:
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Apple customers will today be able to download the company's new operating system in what is being billed as a major step forward for iPhones and iPads.
iOS 7, the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system, is now available for download. The update can be installed on any compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch by visiting your device's settings menu, choosing "general" and then selecting the software update option. iOS 7 can also be installed with the help of the newly-released iTunes 11.1 on Windows and OS X. (You'll want to download that anyway, as it's required to sync music, videos, and other content to your device.)
iOS 7 is available for iOS devices, including the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.