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Download iTunes 10.5 and iOS 5 IPSW [Developers Beta]

Download iTunes 10.5 and iOS 5 IPSW [Developers Beta]

If you can’t wait to get your hands on Apple’s new iOS, the iOS 5, then you should probably be in the same state as me. If you’re a developer then you’re probably working hard to set up your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad on iOS 5 beta. Apple released iTunes 10.5 earlier today at the 2nd Day of WWDC 2011, to help developers get iOS 5 beta running on their iOS devices for testing and reviews.

We already told you that Apple also rolled out iTunes 10.3 that was updated to support iCloud services for iOS devices running on iOS 4.3. Now here we will tell you where to download iTunes 10.5 and all the iOS 5 beta ipsw files so you can test the developers build on your iOS device.

Limer1n has uploaded all the iOS 5 ipsw files to the web and you can download each and every one of them from their website. They have provided links to download iTunes 10.5 as well, which is required if you’re upgrading to iOS 5 beta. This is only for devlopers, but you can get your hands on them thanks to Limer1n.

Download iTunes 10.5, iOS 5 Beta IPSW <Link>

Enjoy upgrading and experimenting on iOS 5 beta and experience first hand all the new features there is.

Warning: Do this at your own risk, please follow proper methods to upgrade iOS and remember to backup your device and save SSH blobs. All the very best. Personally, I’d suggest this to be performed by only those people who have experience in doing such upgrades.

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