Hooray! iOS 10 developer beta is now available for download
In order to get the beta image of iOS 10, you need to head here and snatch the image. Afterwards, all you need to do is flash the developer beta through iTunes. Don't forget to make a backup! A backup a day keeps a load of torn hairs away!
Here's which ones will be able to run iOS 10 (you will need an iPhone 5 or later). This is the easiest way to flash the new software, but alternatively, you can also use a configuration profile and get iOS 10 beta as an OTA update.You can test iOS 10 developer beta on as many devices as you like, provided that they are supported.
As usual, be advised that iOS betas are not intended for daily drivers. Numerous bugs and issues are certainly there, so flash at your own risk.
As far as iOS 10 goes, it's already shaping up to be a pretty big release with lots of new features on board. There are redesigned lock screen notifications, smarter Siri, revamped Apple Music, the ability to uninstall stock apps, smarter Photos app, refreshed Messages app, and way more.