Apple users around the world are eager for the latest iOS edition, which is 7 and we are still several weeks away from release date being announced. However, that doesn’t mean iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch users cannot test drive the beta version, which is at test phase 6 now. While you should wait for true release due to errors and bugs that can mess your device up with beta phases, I understand some still do not care. So before we get started, I want to stress back up your current OS and I do not take any responsibility for those who do cause harm to their devices if they choose to do this. All I can offer are the how-to and you can choose to do what you want. So let’s get started.
1. Back up everything on the most current version of iTunes. This is a must!
2. Buy the iOS Devloper pass for $99. You cannot download the beta test phases without the yearly pass.
3. Register your UDID with iMZDL. If you use AT&T use A1428 or if you use Verizon use A1429.
4. Download the proper file from Apple’s official website for iOS 7 beta.
5. Open iTunes once the beta file shows up on your iMZDL. Then click on Restore iPhone/iPad/iPod with iOS 7 beta 6. Hold the alt button for Mac systems and shift on Windows OS when you click on restore.
6. The file which will then need to be located should be found under downloads and will end this following extensions .ipsw.
Once your device has been restored, congratulations. Your device should be loaded with the latest beta version of iOS 7. Feel free to share other tips or thoughts on iOS 7 in the comments below or share the article with your friends. Also, be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed so you don’t miss out on news or more how-to articles.