The iOS 5 beta 5 has been released already by Apple and is available to developers for instant download and testing. The release is expected to include some minor changes to the continually evolving mobile operating system that is expecting full release in September this year.
However as all beta versions, this update is only available to those with developer accounts and is not recommended for general audience due to expected bugs and issues. Due to the over-the-air feature added with the beta 4 release, the current developers can also update to beta 5 without the need of connecting to your PC. For others, we have provided a link below to login with your Apple ID and download the individual files for your device.
This current update is supported on iPad 2, iPad, iPhone 4, 3GS and iPod Touch 4 & 3rd Generation. Those of you that do not have access to these files can register for Apple’s Developer program with an yearly subscription charges of $99. This would enable you to get first-hand updates to all the iOS beta releases, development tools as well as complete documentation of the iOS software.
We would publish a detailed review of the iOS 5 beta 5 soon since we expect even more exiting features on top of the already available cool stuff with the iOS 5 update. The iTunes version 10.5 Beta 5 is also released which needs to be installed before you can update and backup your device.