Just after another Apple software beta package dropped for developers, the public will get its first crack at the all-new iOS 10 today. Apple sent a press pre-release of the news to outlets about the development as well as the public beta for macOS Sierra 10.12.

The program is free to enter and will offer a more stabilized consumption experience in regards to what new features and tweaks you’ll expect. Whether you’ll “Press Home to Unlock” or “Rest Finger to Unlock” is going to be up to you and up to Apple to see what they’ve decided to include and exclude from that second developer beta.

If you’re eager to jump on-board, make sure you’ve got a spare device (it’s still a beta after all) and keep a hawkeye over the source link. Be prepared to encounter server errors as people pile on board.

Source: Apple
Via: 9to5Mac (1, 2)

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