Apple Developer Program access $99 subscription

An interesting development is that Apple no longer charges a $99 annual subscription fee to access the most recent developer betas, enabling anyone to sign up and get the most recent version of Apple software for free. This contains the developer betas of watchOS 10, macOS Sonoma, iOS 17, and iPadOS 17.

You need just to use your Apple ID to register for the Apple Developer Program if you wish to test out the new software. After that, people can sign up and obtain developer betas ahead of the debut of the public beta.

Benefits and resources

 Sign In with Your Apple IDApple Developer Program
Xcode developer tools
Xcode beta releases
On-device testing
Apple Developer Forums
Bug reporting with Feedback Assistant
OS beta releases
Full access to a comprehensive set of development tools 
Advanced app capabilities and services 
Code-level support 
App distribution on the App Store 
App management, testing, and analytics with App Store Connect 
Safari Extensions distribution 
Software distribution outside the Mac App Store 
Custom app distribution with Apple Business Manager and Apple School Manager 
Proprietary app distribution to your employees with Apple Business Manager 
Ad hoc distribution for testing and internal use 
Access to members-only developer events or additional event content 
CostFree99 USD**

The new Developer free tier also gives users access to beta versions, Xcode developer tools, on-device testing, the Apple Developer Forums, and Feedback Assistant for reporting bugs. Paid developer accounts also receive app distribution on the App Store and a number of other benefits and supports from Apple.

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