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Monday, June 2, 2014

Apple iOS 8.0 beta 1 released to developers


Apple iOS 8.0 beta 1Following its official unveiling at WWDC, Apple has made the first beta of iOS 8.0 available to developers through Apple's Dev Center. Apple's iOS 8 is a huge update for both users and developers alike, with several new features and improvements, including quick reply, predictive keyboard, HealthKit and HomeKit APIs, support for third party keyboards like Swype, widgets, Camera and Touch ID API.

iOS 8 beta 1 download links can be grabbed directly from Apple’s iOS Dev Center: developer.apple.com/ios

It is important to note that iOS 8 beta 1 is only compatible with: iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad Air, Retina iPad mini, iPad mini 1, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2 and iPod touch 5. The iPhone 4 is no longer eligible to receive iOS updates. You can find more on iOS 8 compatibility and learn more about iOS 8 below.

Apple iOS 8.0 - Here's all you need to know
Apple's iOS 8 is a huge update for both users and developers alike, with several new features and improvements, including quick reply, predictive keyboard, HealthKit and HomeKit APIs, support for third party keyboards like Swype, widgets, Camera and Touch ID API.


You will also need to have your device's UDID registered on the member's portal in order to download and install the beta. Keep in mind that Apple may disable your device if you install the beta through unofficial sources.



So if you are a registered developer head over to developer.apple.com/programs/ios/ and sign in with your Apple ID. If you haven't registered for the developer program and wish to try out the latest version of iOS, you can register for an account ($99/year in the United States, or £60/year in the UK) and learn how to download and install the update on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

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