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Don't risk your Mac or iPhone's data using beta software

It’s very good of you to risk your work so that Apple can find out some major bugs in its software, but you won’t get thanked, and you may end up with a nonfunctional iPhone or Mac.Bricked, or completely disabled, devices don’t usually look this prettyEditor’s note: As we do every year during WWDC, we warned users to not install the betas if they can’t do it safely. To date, across all of the devices that we’ve installed betas on, we’ve had to perform DFU resets five times, and complete reinstallation on two Macs and an Apple TV, so a reminder to new installers is in order Read more…
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