iOS 6 is "Official" Now
Banners going up at WWDC...
iOS 6-related banners (with new logo!) go up at Moscone West ahead of WWDC | 9to5Mac | Apple Intelligence
By this time next week the next set of rumors about iOS7 and iPhone6 can begin
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Last edited by kch50428; 06-08-2012 at 02:07 PM.
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So i have never ran beta but from my understanding is it really as simple as register your phone then update iTunes to beta iTunes and then shift restore to the beta Ipsw ? Then when beta 2 comes same thing and so on untill official release ?
Also if you want to get out of beta can you just do a normal restore back to 5.1.1?
Also does beta iTunes work with non beta devices that I don't want to be beta ?
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It is sometimes that simple, but sometimes impossible to restore back. In the past, the iTunes beta has worked with phones on an older iOS, but the beta iOS will not work with older versions of iTunes.
You also want to remember that when the beta release (there are usually several) ends and you don't update, your phone becomes totally nonfunctional. So if you don't have an official source of updating - don't do it.
- 06-11-2012, 03:09 PM #16