Apple has been working really hard to update iOS 10 and make it as stable and better as possible. The latest public version of iOS now stands at iOS 10.0.3. However, Apple has already started working on iOS 10.1 restlessly and betas are being released every week. The company had seeded the third iOS 10.1 beta just last week, and the fourth iOS 10.1 beta has already been released today.
Image : iOS 10.1 beta 4
In case you don’t remember, Apple is in the habit of releasing iOS betas once in every two weeks. However, the company has gone out of its way to improve its latest iOS 10 firmware in order to provide excellent user experience. iOS 10.1 beta 4 is available to download for the members of the Public Beta program as well as the Developer Program.
As is often the case with iOS 10 betas, Apple has not give out the change log for the fourth iOS 10.1 beta. Therefore, we don’t yet know whether there are any new /major changes in this new beta. But obviously, the beta does come with unknown bug fixes and performance enhancements. iOS 10.1 will be released for the public probably after the fifth or sixth beta is rolled out.
Download iOS 10.1 beta 4 :
There are two methods for downloading iOS 10.1 beta 4 . In case you are already running a previous iOS 10 beta on your iOS device, the fourth beta should be available to you as an over-the-air update. Follow instructions below .
1. OTA Update : In case you already have installed a previous beta version of iOS 10.1 on your device, then you can go to Settings > General > Software Update to get the new iOS 10.1 beta 4.
2. Manual Install using IPSW Files :
- Download iOS 10.1 beta 4 files from here .
Note : UDID Activation may be required . If you are installing an iOS 10 beta for the first time on your device , it is required to register your device in the Apple Developer Centre . In case you are not yet a member of Apple Dev program, please note that the annual cost of the membership is $99. If you don’t want to pay $99 but still want to get iOS 10.x.x beta 4 , then you can subscribe to our Premium UDID Registration service for an annual fee of just $10 to get all the beta releases upto one year [ upcoming iOS 11 Download in Sept 2017 ]. $5 per additional device [50% discount]
If you don’t know how to install new iOS firmware on your device, then go to this tutorial. We advise you to try out beta firmwares on alternate devices, as betas are sometimes buggy.