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Apple unveiled the next version of its iPhone operating system, iOS 6, at the Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday.It’s still in a beta form, but if you want access to Apple’s new maps app and the rest of its goodies, you can actually download it right now.
You’ll have to create a developer account if you don’t already have one — and it will cost you $99 a year to have the account that will let you access iOS 6.
But still, it might be worth it, if you have to have Apple’s latest and greatest software right now.
WARNING: Make sure you back up before installing the iOS beta. Also, keep in mind this is still test software, so you’ll likely run into bugs.
First make your way to Apple's developer centre website. It's at developer.apple.com. Go to the iOS Dev centre.
Then you'll want to register a free account. Go through the process and put in all your information.
...and download the appropriate version of iOS 6 for your device. We have an iPhone 4S, so we went with that.
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