Don’t brick your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch by installing developer betas

As a reminder: You shouldn’t install developer betas on your primary devices if you want them to work.This is our yearly reminder, folks: Unless you’re a developer with a secondary iPhone or Mac, we strongly, strongly urge you to consider not installing developer betas on your devices.It’s not because we don’t want you to have fun: iOS 11, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS High Sierra have some phenomenal features coming this Fall. But they’re beta seeds for a reason: These features are not fully baked, may crash at will, and probably will slow down or crash your third-party applications.If you’re a developer, researcher, or otherwise need the beta on a device for day one, please back up the phone, tablet, or Mac first; preferably, that device should be an auxiliary model you have lying around. (Older iPhone and iPads make great test devices.)In short: Be smart.

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Don’t brick your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch by installing developer betas