iOS 10 GM download links have gone live and are available for supported iDevices (iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch). As predicted, the opening keynote of the WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) 2016 has been used to give the insight into iOS 10. If you’re registered with Apple’s Developer Program, you are eligible to download the newest beta seed of iOS 10 for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. The public beta program members will get the iOS 10 next month.

Download iOS 10 GM

What is new in iOS 10 GM

iOS 10 GM, in addition to representing Apple’s future in terms of firmware, shows that Cupertino is beginning to concentrate again on a major release than continuing to pushing put minor updates with performance enhancements and tweaks, but no major user-facing changes for testers and developers to play with.

In the early beta set, Apple is laying the foundation by forgoing support for at least one legacy device that isn’t capable of supporting the modern firmware (hardware wise) anymore in a fashion to even consider offering it to iOS users.

In other words, those with iPhone 4s, which was released in 2011, won’t be able to download the latest firmware. Actually, we have a list of all devices that will be compatible with iOS 10 GM, so you can check if you’d be able to access it.

iOS 10 Beta 1 Download

Over the next few months and weeks, Apple’s engineers will spend night and day to get iOS 10 GM ready for a public release. They’ll likely seed multiple versions (pre-release), which will be available to registered testers and developers.

Download iOS 10 GM for Registered Apple Developers

Developers who are registered can sign in and download iOS 10 GM. Follow the steps below to install iOS 10 GM on your iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6s, 6 Plus, iPad or iPod touch.

  1. Go to the Apple’s developer website
  2. Login into your developer account and download iOS 10 GM IPSW file.
  3. Connect your iPhone / iPad to iTunes, hold Shift (for Windows) or Alt (for Mac) & click Restore.
  4. Select the iOS 10 GM IPSW file and wait for the installation to complete.

If you already have a GM version installed on your device, then simply go to Settings – General – Software Update and install iOS 10 GM.

Download iOS 10 GM IPSW File (for non-developers)

You can easily download the iOS 10 GM IPSW file from our downloads section.

The final iOS 10 build will of course come when iPhone 7 hits the shelves in September this year. You can read our post on iOS 10 rumors, release date and expected features to learn more about this firmware. Feel free to leave comments.

  • sam

    I can’t find the iOS 10 download link

  • Logan McCarthy

    it says its still uploading

  • UnlockBoot

    Visit our downloads page. The ipsw files are uploaded.

  • siu kit Lo

    will there be any problem if i don’t have a paid developer account?
    i have heard of some source that the device may be locked if it was not register
    or in other word, can i install it without udid?

  • UnlockBoot

    No, just hold down Shift & click update.

  • Retro YT 

    i received an error when i try update to ios 10 :/

  • Alistair Henning

    If one is not a registered developer, is it possible to successfully install the new OS? The post does not make this clear and I would like to try the new OS.

  • UnlockBoot

    Sure you can. Just download the IPSW file, then restore via iTunes (Shift + Restore for Windows or Option + Restore for Mac).

  • peds48

    Keeps giving error on iPad pro 12.9. iPad could not be restored. Any ideas? Thanks

  • Eshan

    should i install it on my iphone 5 or not and does this have any lags….

  • Dennis

    Same here :(( on iPad mini 4 cellular running iOS 9.3.3 Public beta 2(13g21)

  • UnlockBoot

    You can try it. But it’s still buggy.

  • Mostafa Mohamed

    i did download the .ipsw iOS 10 non developer i stuck at logo of apple loading and just load like 2 % then iTunes gives me Error 14 how to fix it please respond , this only happen when i setup custom software or iOS 10

  • UnlockBoot

    Restore again with iOS 9.3.2 firmware.

  • Nugie Keren

    how to update to iOS 10 Beta