Apple announced iOS 6 earlier today at WWDC 2012. To install beta firmware on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch you first need to know it's UDID so that it can be registered with Apple in it's developer program. This post will teach you how to find device UDID for iOS 6 beta activation. UDID registration is compulsory before installation of beta firmware. This is because beta firmware is only seeded to registered developers.
It should be kept in mind that you need to pay an annual fee of $99 to Apple if you want to be a registered developer. Since beta firmware is only seeded to developers, most people think it is impossible to get your hands on beta firmware if you're not a registered developer. Well that is false. We have already provided iOS 6 beta 1 IPSW download links for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. You can download the firmware from there. As far as UDID registration is concerned, we have a program through which we offer free UDID activation for iOS 6 beta firmware. Enter the program and you just might get a free activation.
How To Find Device UDID:
Step 1: Launch iTunes after connecting your iOS device to the computer.
Step 2: Select your iOS device from the left sidebar. Locate where it says Serial Number in iTunes and click on it.
When you click on where it's written Serial Number, it gets replaced by Identifier (UDID). In front of Identifier is a long line of alphabets and numbers, which happens to be the UDID of your device. Note it carefully and double check to ensure no mistakes have been made. Life may give you second chances, but it might not give you two free UDID registration slots.
There you have it. The easy way to finding out device UDID. Once again, the UDID of your iOS device must be registered with a developer account before it can run beta firmware. Don't try installing beta firmware on your device without a UDID registration. Seriously, don't. If you have any questions about this process, leave a comment down below and we'll help immediately.