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How to Install iOS 10 Public Beta and macOS Sierra

iOS 10 Public Beta Installation I recommend backing up your device with a Mac or PC before installing the iOS 10 Public Beta, however, it is not required.
On your iOS Device1. Visit beta.apple.com/profile and install it by following on-screen instructions. 2. Check for updates 3. iOS devices running iOS 8.1.3 or later will automatically receive the latest public beta software over the air. Tap Settings > General > Software Update to install any available beta software. macOS Sierra Public Beta Installation 1. Visit beta.apple.com and log in with your Apple ID
2. Scroll down to Step 2 on the macOS Sierra public beta webpage. Copy your redemption code and click "Redeem Code"


3. Enter the redemption code in the Mac App Store window that appears and click "Redeem" 4. Check the Updates tab in the App Store and it should appear.

Apple Rundown (July 2016)

Rundown of Apple Inc.  As of July 6, 2016, Apple Inc. is one of the largest companies in the world valued at 724,773.1 million dollars. Their product lines include OS X, iOS, iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, iPods, Macs, Macbooks, and more. What makes this incredible is that they have developed the operating system and much of the software on every device they sell. Here is my current Apple Inc. rundown.

iOS 10 Beta 2's New Features

iOS 10 Beta 2 New Features
All of the new features in iOS 10 Beta 2. Tweaked HomeKit iconography in Control CenterNotification Center ‘Missed’ becomes ‘Recent’Today view for widgets in Notification Center can once again be accessed with swipe down from Home screen, not just within appsIconography for Apple TV and speakers tweaked in AirPlay settings in Control CenterHomeKit app icon updated from solid yellow to Home app icon in SettingsApple Music replaces ‘Downloaded Music’ with ‘Downloads’, no longer removableMaps now includes option for ‘Show Parked Location’ plus feature explanation in SettingsMessages now has Low Quality Image Mode toggle in SettingsMail has new filter icon (was previously a filter, now lines within a circleNotification Center now has Weather Channel credit once againControl Center 3D Touch options have tweaked language, iconsNew Organ Donation changes available in Health appMusic now has Shuffle option from Songs section (previously had to play a song before shuf…

Disable SIP (System Integrity Protection) on macOS

Disable SIP (System Integrity Protection) Compatible with OS X El Capitan and macOS Sierra. Yosemite does not have SIP.

iOS 10 Jailbreak from Pangu Demoed at MOSEC

During the MOSEC iOS security conference Pangu, a well-known and trusted jailbreak developing team, has demoed an iOS 10 untethered jailbreak. Rumors surrounding an upcoming iOS 9.3.2 release later this week is growing, and most likely will arrive right after iOS 9.3.3 is released. Because there is little to report on surrounding these photos, and the lack of any source besides them, we caution everyone to not expect too much from Pangu as far as realeases, as an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak has not been presented and iOS 9.3.3 is right around the corner.