The recently held Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference 2011 was full of excitement as company officials started to unveil products packed with some eye opening features. Whereas I loved what Lion OS X had to roll in, almost 250 features, from which we covered 10 opening features which the event covered, users are more excited to on the iOS 5.
The WWDC 2011 event confirmed on the iOS 5 to arrive this fall with over 200 new features but for developers it was immediately made available for download and testing.
iOS 5, the latest version of the world’s most advanced operating system, includes over 200 new user features, and an updated SDK with over 1,500 new APIs and powerful new development tools.
Just like any other beta release, this version of iOS is available solely to iOS Developer program members who have signed up with a $99 year subscription. The iOS 5 will be compatible with devices from iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPad 1, iPad 2, and 4th and 3rd generation of iPod Touch.
Download the iOS 5 beta for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Let’s spice thing a bit more. For those looking forward to download iOS 5 beta 1 and would like to experience the first look and feel. Follow the instructions below to get the iOS 5 activated on your iDevice.
In order to install the beta firmware of the just released Apple iOS, you are required to activate the UDID of your device. All those devices being installed with the beta firmware which are unactivated, would end up being useless. Download the iOS 5 from the direct link below:
1. iPad 1 [here]
2. iPad 2 WiFi [here]
3. iPad 2 GSM [here]
4. iPad 2 CDMA [here]
5. iPhone 3GS [here]
6. iPhone 4 GSM [here]
7. iPhone 4 CDMA [here]
8. iPod Touch 3G [here]
9. iPod Touch 4G [here]