Upgrade Your iPhone iPad iPod touch to iOS 8 Beta 3

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One week ago, Apple released the third beta of iOS 8 for developers, three weeks after they launched the second beta. The guys from Cupertino still a good pace of renovation and development of this version of the system, as they expect is about to launch in the fall. Although it is a developer version we can install on our iOS device without being a developer, although we must be aware that they will have failures and to install this Beta must be iOS developer.

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Among the innovations we must emphasize better integration with OSX through Continuity, Health and Family Sharing App, a new keyboard QuickType new wallpapers and more.

How I Can Install the Beta 3 of iOS 8 without being a Developer?

As previously stated, and as with previous betas, this new iOS version 8 can also be installed on a device without a developer, but has its risks. To do this, we have two simple options to install, depending on how we have configured our iOS device.

Upgrade Your iPhone iPad iPod touch to iOS 8 Beta 3

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In the case of the beta 3 of iOS 8 to be the first that you will install on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch first thing you need to do is download the appropriate device to your new beta link.

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Then we have to connect the device to your computer via USB, open iTunes and click on the “Check for Updates” press the Alt key while in the case of Mac or Shift in case of Windows. We will open a window where we have to find and select the file we just downloaded and we will wait for it to install on our device.

The second option to install iOS beta 3 and 8 is when we have beta 2 installed. In this case it is sufficient to update the device via OTA from Settings – General – Software Update.

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