You can install iOS 10 and macOS Sierra public beta operation systems now.
The public beta of the new iOS 10 and macOS Sierra are available now to install on your devices. The enrollment of your devices for both new next generation Apple operating systems is ready to go on Apple's public beta site.
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This is beta software. This means a backup of your Mac, iPhone or iPad is imperative before proceeding. If you are relying on your Apple devices for work, I recommend not to try these releases and wait until Fall for the official release of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra.
There are tons of new features in both new operating system upgrades. iOS 10 has message features that add more multimedia and personality, iOS app developers can integrate Siri and Apple Music has a new design to name a few. iPad users also get access to the beta of Swift Playground.
macOS Sierra brings Siri to the Mac. macOS Sierra offers tighter integration with iCloud, making your desktop and document folder available on the iPhone and iPad.
Universal Clipboard allows you to copy content, including text, images, photos and video from one Apple device and paste it in another.
Apple Pay will also come to macOS Sierra. It will allow you to shop online using Apple Pay.
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The new versions of Apple's operating systems are very promising. It is tempting to get them installed right away, but as said above it is beta software. The biggest problem are actually app and software compatibility. Some of your everyday apps might not be compatible with iOS 10 or macOS Sierra yet. So don't kill your productivity by loading these new beta versions.