Apple Moves to Prevent iPhone Users From Getting iOS 17 Developer Beta for Free
Apple’s release of iOS 17 has been much anticipated by iPhone users, especially those in the developer community. However, it seems that Apple has moved to prevent users from getting the developer beta for free.
This is likely due to the fact that the developer beta is not yet complete and Apple does not want users to experience any bugs or issues that may still be present. However, this does not mean that users won’t be able to get their hands on the developer beta at all.
There are still ways to get the developer beta, but it will likely cost users more money. For example, Apple is now selling a developer kit for $99 that includes the developer beta.
Alternatively, users can also sign up for an Apple Developer Program, which costs $99 per year. This will give users access to all Apple developer betas, as well as any other software or resources that Apple makes available to developers.
Of course, the easiest way to get the developer beta is still to wait for the public beta, which is expected to be released sometime in July. This will be a free update for all users and will likely include all of the features and changes that are present in the developer beta.
In the meantime, there are still plenty of new features and changes to be excited about in iOS 16.4. For example, Apple has introduced a new emoji called the “pink heart.” This emoji is similar to the heart emoji, but it is pink instead of red.
Apple has also introduced a new “wireless charging” feature that allows users to charge their iPhones without having to plug them into a power outlet. This is a great feature for those who want to charge their iPhones while on the go.
Finally, Apple has also included a new “checklist” feature that allows users to create and manage lists of items. This is a great feature for those who want to keep track of their to-do items or grocery lists.
Overall, the iOS 16.4 update is a great update for iPhone users. It includes a number of new features and changes that are sure to please users.