Users need not jailbreak their devices as there is a very simple process involved in properly upgrading your device to the latest version of iOS. In this article, we will take a look at how to upgrade your device to iOS 9 beta, without having to jailbreak it.
iOS 9 Beta is compatible with iPads, iPhones and iPods
Steps involved in upgrading to iOS 9
The iOS9 version was released by Apple in June 2015 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod. In order to upgrade to the latest version of iOS, users need to first download and then install iOS beta on to their devices. There are several steps involved in this process, including:
The first and foremost step that you need to follow in order to upgrade your OS is to sign up for the developer program offered by Apple. While signing up costs about $99 for a yearly subscription, any user who has signed up is entitled to early access of beta software releases from Apple.
Once you have signed up for the developer program, you will then need to login to the member center with your registered ID. After you have logged in, you will need to find the UDID of your Apple device.
After you have recovered the UDID of your device, you will then need to get it registered. While there are several ways in which this can be done, one of the simplest methods is to make use of a third party website to register your device’s UDID with Apple.
With the registration of your UDID, you are ready to download and install the latest version of iOS 9 beta on your device. All that needs to be done is to login and visit the member center, where you will find a drop down menu to select your device and upgrade the OS.
UDID registration is required to upgrade to iOS 9 beta
Once all of these steps are complete, you will have upgraded your device to the latest version of iOS. While there are some users who jailbreak their devices in order to upgrade, it is highly recommended that you do not do so. Apple may fix this loophole of being able to upgrade to iOS9 by jailbreaking and if this is done, there will be way too many hassles that a user will need to go through. In order to avoid such potential problems, it is much safer to opt for the actual process of getting the device UDID registered with Apple via a third party website.