Sign Up Now for Apple’s Free Public Betas of iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan


A day after Apple released new iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan betas, the company has launched their public beta software program to test these operating systems, which offers members of the public to test pre-release software for free.

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When you test iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan betas, you will be able to tell Apple what you think with built-in assistant feedback apps.

Click here to sign up for the public betas. Again, since these are betas, they will be buggy and not perfect, so you should try installing them on secondary devices.

[via TechCrunch]


  • Woot! Thanks Gary!
    Apple’s site must be getting hit hard, as it took almost 10-15 minutes to get the pages to load to download the profile and redemption codes hah. Looking forward to running these tonight.

  • Let me know what you think of the betas. At least they are stabler now, good enough to let the masses try them out.

  • I will do providing this post doesn’t get buried too fast with the rapid news flow ^_~
    I avoided the dev-beta’s just because I will be running them on my only iPhone and they normally don’t get public unless they’re fairly stable as you said.

  • So yeah… Back to 8.4 I go lol. I knew to expect bugs, I managed to crash it 3 times, and the UI is sluggish in some aspects like pulling up the media bar for toggles and such. Easy come easy go 😛

  • DC

    I’ve been part of the beta program for a while. Yosemite betas have been for the most part pretty stable. So stable, that I have to remind myself that I’m on a beta when a program doesn’t work properly. I’ve stayed clear of IOS betas as they’ve been hit and miss especially with battery life being so precious on my aging iPhone 5.

  • einsteinbqat

    I question myself on whether or not to install this iOS beta.

  • Bob Langevin

    ios 8 betas were very good but this one is big effy. Sluggish and battery life appears to be about 40% worst so far, hasn’t crashed on me yet though