Apple invites users to test upcoming iOS updates for the first time ever

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Washington, March 13 (ANI): Apple is reportedly inviting users to test its upcoming iOS update for the first time ever.

The iPhone maker has started a page where interested users can sign up to try iOS 8.3before it is released later this year. After gaining valuable feedback by running a public beta of OS X on the desktop,Apple is now extending the program to cover iOS as well, reported The Verge.

After enrolling an iPhone, users will be able to install a package that would clear the device for beta software. They can then install iOS 8.3, which features new emoji, wireless CarPlay , easier logins for Google users, and bug fixes.

However, since the operating software is a beta version, you may experience some glitches and bugs that won’t be present in the final version whenever it’s released.

ANI

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