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Good news for all of the developers and iOS users out there! Apple has released a beta version of the iOS 10 at the WWDC 2016 event. So, if you have a developer account you can begin to test it. You can also test it if you’re not a developer if you follow some steps.



Now, you’re probably also wandering if you can downgrade to the iOS 9.3.2 when you’re finished checking out the iOS 10 beta and the answer is yes! You can do that! Beta versions of OSs tend to be very unstable and buggy so it’s advisable to revert to the previous OS after you’re done with the iOS 10.

In order to downgrade to iOS 9.3.2, you’ll need a PC with installed iTunes to perform it. Apart from that, you will also have to identify the iOS 9 build version that is appropriate for your device before you actually flash it.

Here is how you’ll do the actual downgrading: you go to iTUnes on the PC. Then, you connect your phone to the PC and you check for updates while also pressing the Shift Key for Windows or Option Key for Mac. The appropriate iOS 9.3.2 should reveal itself and that’s it! You’ll have successfully reverted to the previous iOS.

That being said, you probably shouldn’t get the iOS 10 beta if you do not have a PC lying around.

If you don’t really want to have to deal with all of this, keep in mind that the public beta release of the iOS 10 will be sometime in July and then it will be available to everybody. It will also be safer to try on iOS based devices like the iPad or iPhone, because by that time, developers will have spotted all of its major bugs and problems and Apple will have made the proper modifications.

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