So TheTechSpy has been busy this weekend playing with his iPhone and like all Gadgeteers out there, couldn’t wait for a glimpse of iOS 7 on a device.
Now let’s get the boring stuff out the way, we were testing the beta software for reviewing purposes only and in no way condemn you putting this beta software on your iOS device before its official launch unless you are a developer. TheTechSpy does not recommend any of the software used or take any responsibility for them, these are just the ones we used.
It is quite a simple process, so here is what we did;
1: Backed up our iPhone to iTunes
2: In the mean time we downloaded the beta software for our iPhone 5 CDMA A1429 from here
3: And then downloaded a DMG extractor
4: Use the free DMG extractor to open the downloaded file and extract the DMG/IPSW and put this in a location that you know (it will be the biggest file in the folder)
5: Once complete, we clicked on our device name on the left pane of iTunes.
6: Clicked the Summary tab
7: With our finger on the Shift key, click the “Restore” button and point the browser to the file you have just downloaded.
8: iTunes then began to restore the iPhone with the iOS7 beta software.
We are very pleased with the firmware version and are looking forward to the official launch in September to get our teeth really into this software.