About a year ago Apple announced the free UDID registrations for the iOS5 beta. Most of you probably remember that iOS5 was announced at the WWDC 2011 and now Apple have announced the release of iOS6 at WWDC 2012. Regular users will once again have the opportunity to tryout the new iOS update – all you have to do is to follow the steps below. If you aren’t familiar with Apple’s politics then you probably don’t know that their beta firmware is only available for registered developers. In order to become a registered developer you’ll have to pay $99 per year – a price which many can’t afford. There are many non-developers who want to check the new functions of the firmware, but they don’t want to spend 99$ a year for this small bonus. Thanks to our website, you can tryout the new firmware without paying anything – just complete our UDID registration and you’ll be able to download iOS6 beta for iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
Many websites offer paid UDID registrations and in most cases they scam their customers. However, we are different and we won’t charge you anything – the best part is that anyone can apply. UDID registrations are limited so hurry up and sign-up so you can be one of the first to experience the benefits of the new iOS6.
Signing up for the UDID registration is pretty simple – follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. When you like our Facebook page you have to update your status with the following text “I just applied for a free UDID registration for iOS 6 beta firmware at [Tag Our Page Here!]. Check out their page and enter now!” Don’t forget to tag our page, because this is the only way for us to understand if you have applied.
All you have to do to register your UDID is this:
- Follow this tutorial in order to find your device’s UDID
- Like our Facebook page
- Update your status as mentioned above
- Fill out our UDID registration form.
Don’t forget that the UDID registrations are limited and you should register right away if you want to have a bigger chance of winning. Working with beta firmware is a bit tricky, so it’s likely that you will notice some bugs and etc. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you find any problems with the firmware – we are always here to help our readers.