As you may be aware, IOS 10 is now in public beta and is ready for you to test and for developers do their thing.
Is due to release in September and it seems to be on the right track.
Full of goodies and new features for new iPhones and iPads.
Tonnes of app enhancements, ranging from photos to messaging, to screen optimisation, to live game broadcast and Siri integration with third-party applications.
This will require an infinity (almost) amount of testing so is better to be prepared for it and if you have any Apple device, download the beta version right away and start to test right now.
All you have to do is go to the Apple Beta Software Program and if you are not already registered, do so and download it.
Once you are on it, you will need to understand how all this work.
If you are a Software Tester like me, you will carry on with just the exploratory testing and it’s fine, but if you really want to stand out from the crowd and be different learn a thing or two about IOS 10 with experts like Rob Percival and Mark Price you will then need to take a look at them both courses.
They both have great courses in Udemy, which by the way I personally am a consumer of this platform, plenty of great courses and there are deals that just can’t be missed. Like this one for today using the promo code UDMYIOS10 which gives you 50% discount.
As a tester, we come across situations where we need to understand different techniques and different approaches, and having a quick short and specific course helps a lot with our technical knowledge.
This is the difference of a standard tester and a great tester.
So, if you are interested in taking a look at the complete IOS developer course (even though we are testers born and bread), build 21 apps by Rob Percival and you will then be able to see in a different perspective of how things are glued together.
Now if you are not into those two instructors and don’t fancy their look, there are loads more other IOS courses in Udemy for every pocket and likes.
If you already test IOS, 10 especially, share your story here, I would love to hear it.
The apps you liked most, the fears, the greatness bug you have ever found and any other story you want to share (marriages, divorces etc…)
Either way, have a great week and I wish peace in the world by testing better.