The first day of WWDC 2012 is now over with some big announcements like iOS 6, OS X Mountain Lion and refreshed and next generation MacBook Pro 2012 model. The new version of iOS 6 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices is promised to have more than 200 new features. Among these features, Facebook integration, 3D maps, redesigned native apps, new apps from Apple, “Do Not Disturb” option and some UI changes are important.
The final and public build of iOS 6 is said to be coming later this fall but the first beta having the build number 10A5316K is now available for download from iOS Dev Centre. If you have already purchased the one year subscription for this Dev Centre, you can simply log into your account and download iOS 6 beta 1.
We advise all other users who don’t have Developer account not to try installing iOS 6 beta 1 on their devices because it requires the UDID of your device to be registered with Apple servers for successful restore.
There are some websites which can get your device registered with Apple servers, but it is better to get either the official subscription, which costs $99 per year, or wait for the public build.
If you still want to download this beta without dev account, the Google search engine is your friend then. We are not posting any direct download links of iOS 6 beta 1 here due to copyright issue.
As we have told you earlier as per the leaked download links of iOS 6, Apple has dropped the support for original iPad 1 in iOS 6. iPod Touch 3G users also won’t get this update.