How to install the latest iOS 8 beta at a villa
A few weeks ago, we wrote about the first iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus we got, the iPad Pro, and the new iPad Mini.
We also recently wrote about a new Macbook Pro with Retina display.
We’re also going to see how these new Apple devices handle iCloud.
But we’re just now getting to the iPad Pros.
Today, we’re going to cover how to install iOS 8 Beta 5 on an iPad Pro.
First things first, the setup process.
First thing is that you’ll need to have an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus.
If you haven’t upgraded your device, you’ll have to do that.
The first thing you’ll want to do is to download the iOS 8.4.3 beta.
Once you’ve downloaded the beta, you can sign into iCloud and update the firmware to the latest version.
If everything is set up correctly, you should see a message from Apple saying “Your iOS device has been upgraded to iOS 8.”
After you’ve done that, the next step is to install an iOS 8 firmware update.
First, you need to go to Settings > General > About iOS.
On the iOS tab, tap About and look for the iOS update.
After you click it, you’re greeted with a screen that asks you whether you want to upgrade to iOS 9 or iOS 10.
On iOS 10, tap Yes to install that update.
This will install an update for the iPad Air and iPad Mini 2.
On an iPad Air, tap the Upgrade button and then select iOS 10 to install it.
After that, go back to Settings and tap General > Update Firmware.
On that screen, tap Upgrade to upgrade your device.
If all went well, you will see an iOS update notification.
If not, you may have to restart your device to update.
The process will take about 30 seconds.
Once it’s done, you shouldn’t have to reboot the device to continue.
Apple has released the new iOS 8 to the public for testing in the U.S. and Canada.
If it’s the right firmware, the new features should be available for all Apple devices in just a few weeks.
As usual, Apple recommends you do the same. Apple