Apple has been spread the iOS beta system, normal iOS users can now jump on the latest iOS 8.3 beta 3 even if they aren’t registered developers. Also you can get future iOS test versions before it’s released as well as iOS 9 and higher upcoming iOS versions.
iOS beta versions is not as refined as the end user release, and while it should still tout a relatively smooth experience, you’ll likely run into some bugs that won’t be present in the final iOS 8.3 update whenever it’s released
iOS 8.3 beta 3 installation guide –
Note – Get a full back up of your device using iTunes or iCloud before install iOS beta versions
- Sign up to the Apple Beta Software Program (click here). Click on the blue ‘Sign up’ button, sign in with your Apple ID and accept the license terms.
- Select the option that says “Enroll your iOS device to receive beta updates.” (you will need to install a package file that clears your device for beta software)
- you’ll need to download the iOS Beta Configuration Profile specific to your device (click here). You need to visit this link using your iOS device on which you want to install the iOS 8.3 beta.
- On your device, go to Settings > General > Software Update, and now you should see the iOS 8.3 beta build. Now you’ll be able to download and install on your device.
If you have an Apple ID, you’re good to go, and if you’ve always been keen to try early iOS builds but not had the means or inclination to sign up as a developer, now it’s your chance.
Some users report having been able to download TaiG Jailbreak iOS 8.2 update. But until this writing Taig team is not released any Jailbreak update after Taig Jailbreak 1.3 update. You can follow official TaiG site for more information about latest TaiG jailbreak updates