Earlier today Apple announced the release of the new iOS6. However, the updated platform is still in development and there is only a beta version available for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. In order too get your hands on the beta firmware you have to register your UDID with Apple’s developer program. Finding your UDID for iOS6 isn’t so hard and this post will explain how to do this. Becoming a registered Apple developer isn’t free and each year you’ll have to pay a 99$ fee in order to maintain this status. Usually beta firmware is only available to developers, but it is also possible to get it if you are a regular user. Our readers can take part in our UDID registration which allows you to be one of the first to try the new iOS 6 beta. Just fill out the details in registration and you might get a free UDID activation.
How to Find Device UDID for iOS6?
Step 1: Connect your iOS device to the computer and launch iTunes
Step 2: Select your iOS device and find and click on “Serial Number” in iTunes
When you click on “Serial Number” it will be replaced by “Identifier” (UDID). In front of the identifier you’ll see a very long string of numbers and letters – this is your device’s UDID. Carefully write down the UDID and double check it, because you may not be lucky enough to get two free UDID activations.
AS you can see, finding your UDID is pretty simple and registering it is even easier! Don’t install beta firmware on your device if you haven’t completed your UDID registration or if your device isn’t registered with a developer account.