Only yesterday Apple unveiled iOS 6, the latest iteration of it's mobile operating system. This new firmware will come with loads of new features and to just give us a glimpse of what they will be, Apple seeded out iOS 6 beta 1 to developers. Whenever a new iOS beta firmware version is seeded, Apple almost always releases a new version of iTunes. This time is no different. You can now download iTunes 10.6.3 with iOS 6 beta 1 support for your Mac or Windows computer.
Worldwide Developers Conference 2012 kicked off yesterday and will continue to go on for the next couple of days. For the general public, the charisma of this event is the keynote from Apple which generally doesn't fail to amaze every year. Like I said, this year is no different. Much had been rumored about WWDC 2012 and what it might bring. Some of these rumors have indeed come true.
Though there is something a bit out of the ordinary this time around. Whenever Apple releases a new iTunes version for beta firmware, the software is in beta version. Surprisingly, iTunes 10.6.3 is the final build meaning that it is available to the public and not only to developers as is the case with beta software.
If you're hoping that you'll see many chances once you download iTunes 10.6.3, we'll you're mistaken. On the face of it, there aren't many changes to either the layout or core functions of iTunes. The only thing iTunes 10.6.3 promises is iOS 6 beta 1 support. Needless to say, the latest version of iTunes is mandatory if you want to run iOS 6 beta 1 firmware on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
There's a caveat though. iTunes 10.6.3 is available for the public whereas iOS 6 beta 1 is only available to registered developers. Well we have a simple fix for that. Go here in order to get iOS 6 beta 1 IPSW download links for your device. After that, even if you're a non-developer, you still have a shot of running beta firmware. This post will explain how exactly you can do that.
You can download iTunes 10.6.3 for Windows and Mac from Apple's website.