iOS 7 Beta 6 for iPhone 4S | 1.15 GB
The world had to wait a bit longer than usual to get its hands on the last iOS 7 beta thanks to a recent security breach so Apple apparently wanted to get ahead of the game. iOS 7 beta 6 has now been released to developers much sooner than expected. The new update is available immediately as an over the air (OTA) update for developers with compatible iPhone, iPad, iPad mini and iPod touch models, and Apple's iOS developer portal should be updated soon with the relevant OS files. According to an exclusive BGR report from last month, iOS 7 beta 6 is the last beta Apple plans to release. The GM (gold master) version of iOS 7 will then be pushed out in early September ahead of the software's public release, which will likely happen in mid-September ahead of the iPhone 5S launch.How to install iOS 7 Beta without UDID / Developers account:
Step 1: Launch iTunes and connect your iPhone with your PC via USB cable.
Step 2: Right click on your iDevice on iTunes and take a backup (or backup to iCloue)
Step 3: Restore your iPhone to iOS 6.1.3 (or 6.1.4 if you have iPhone 5)
Step 4: Set up as new iPhone – do not restore from backup.
Step 5: Hold down the Option key in OS X (Windows use Shift key) and click on "Update" not on "Restore"
Step 6: Select the iOS 7 beta file you downloaded, updating the device to iOS 7 beta. Done.
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