1. Download the Apple Developer app from the App Store. 2. Launch the app, go to Account and tap Enroll Now. 3. Sign in with your Apple ID credentials. 4. Read through the various benefits and instructions, enter your personal information and scan your ID to verify your identity. 5. Once this information is submitted, you must choose your entity (individual for most people) and agree to the program license agreement. 6. Finally, pay the Apple Developer membership fee (with Apple Pay), which is $99 (about £80 or AU$140) a year.
1. On your iPhone or iPad, go to the Apple Developer Program download page, tap Install Profile for iOS 16 beta (iPhone) or iPadOS 16 beta (iPad) and hit Allow. 2. Next, open the Settings app, tap on Profile Downloaded and hit Install on the top right when it appears. Enter your passcode if prompted and then tap Install two more times. Your phone will need to restart. 3. Once your phone boots back up, connect it to power, make sure you're on Wi-Fi and go to Settings > General > Software Update. If you don't instantly see an update available, wait a few minutes and check again. 4. Finally, hit Download and Install > Install and enter your passcode to update your device.
1. On your Mac, go to the Apple Developer Program download page, find iOS 16 beta or iPadOS 16 beta and click Download Restore Images. 2. Download the iOS beta software restore image for your specific device. 3. Next, connect your device to your computer and enter your device passcode or hit Trust This Computer if prompted. 4. Open Finder and click your device in the sidebar under Locations. 5. In General, next to Software, you'll see the latest software your device is running. 6. Hold down the Option key, click Check for Update and choose the iOS 16 beta software restore image you just downloaded from the Apple Developer page
The feature doesn't have a name, but here's how it works: You tap and hold on a photo to separate a picture's subject (like a person) from the background. And if you keep holding, you can then "lift" the cutout from the photo and drag it into another app to post, share or make a collage for example.
"It feels like magic," Walker said.