It has become possible to sign up for iOS 9 testing and take a look at what Apple is doing now and how it is planning to improve iPhone and iPad mobile firmware. At the same time you can also start testing the next OS X El Capitan version. All you have to do is sign up for iOS public beta program and get access to all the new betas that will be seeded during summertime to developers and public testers [you can also downgrade iOS 9 to iOS 8.3]. The Cupertino-based giant doesn’t often allow regular users to glance into the unfinished project even though there are direct links to beta ipsw files available online once in a while that can be installed without an official dev’s account and registered UDID number.

How to Sign Up for iOS Beta Program

Step 1. This is very simple. Go to the following site: as Apple has created it with the purpose to involve public testers into running unofficial operating system versions and reporting bugs. Step 2. You will need your original Apple ID with password. Use these credentials to register in Apple Beta Software Program. Step 3. You’ll have to accept User Agreement. Step 4. Have you successfully registered? You can now sign in and wait for Apple to announce the first beta of iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan available for public testing. While the first iOS 9 beta is already available to devs, public testers will be able to download it sometime in July. The same situation is with the new Mac OS X version. While are you waiting for the announcement you can learn more about both software tools. The official releases are expected in the fall. Till then you have plenty of time to test, explore new systems and discover new features offered to iPhone, iPad, Mac and other Apple gadgets.