Apple’s fan base is quite something – everyone can agree their marketing strategy was flawless when attracting customers. Of course the company is always working hard to please their customers since they have a reputation to keep, but they soon figured that they should bring the users themselves into the developing process for their operation system. Which we all know is a great idea; many companies have done it before and got some fantastic ideas and observations from their fans.
Apple is developing right now the 10th version of iOS and has been releasing av public beta version of the operating system for people to test out and give the company suggestions. If you are a fan of the company and its products, you can join in in the public beta 3 version of iOS 10 because Apple has made it completely free to participate. Other beta versions have been released from Apple as well, but this latest one is said to include the renewed emojis they announced on 1st of August. They are actually going to make some changes in the messaging app, as well as in the music playing one.
If you’re interested on how this new operating system will turn out, you can join the beta testing if you have one of the following smartphones: iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s plus. We were pleased to find out Apple is releasing the beta 3 version of iOS 10 for their famous tablets, the iPads, as well. If you have an iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, an iPad Air or iPad Air 2 or even an iPad Pro or iPad 4th generation, then you can go enlist in the beta testing as well.
Oh, and if you’re just curious how the operating system will look on an iPod, the beta 3 version is also available for the iPod touch 6th generation.
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