Apple’s iOS 16.6 Beta 1 Becomes Available for Developers

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You should consider yourself lucky if you’re enrolled in Apple’s Developer Program. That’s because you now have access to the new iOS 16.6 Beta 1 update for developers and see what’s new. Thanks to XDA, we now have a pretty clear picture about iOS 16.6 Beta 1.

Apple didn’t release any notes, which means that it’s pretty much anybody’s guessing what the new iOS 16.6 Beta 1 brings new. Users will just have to install it and discover it for themselves.

How to install iOS 16.6 Beta 1

The process of installing iOS 16.6 Beta 1 can be a bit complicated, but trust us, you’ll get used to it if you follow each step carefully! There’s just no use having butterflies in your stomach and hesitating. First and foremost, you need to make sure you’re part of the Developer Program. For that, a fee of $99 per year is required. Therefore, there’s no use being shocked if you can’t install the new iOS update.

If you meet the criteria, here’s what you need to do next:

  1. Open your device and head over to the Settings menu.
  2. Select the General option.
  3. Head over to the Software Update section.
  4. You’ll have to wait a few moments for the update itself to appear.
  5. Hit the Download and Install option.
  6. Give your agreement for the Terms of Service.
  7. Installation begins, try to remain patient.
  8. Confirm that you’re using the iOS 16.6 Beta 1 by simply heading over to the About menu from the general settings area.

The iOS 16.5 update, on the other hand, brings a new sports tab makeover for the Apple News app as one of the most interesting additions.

Has Apple got its head in the clouds when it comes to the iOS 16.6 Beta 1 update? Does the tech giant deserve a slap on the wrist or a prize? Feel free to tell us what you think in the comment section of this article!

Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology, as are many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the hardware area, where he covers the latest news regarding smartphones, laptops, PC components, and so on.