It was just yesterday when we quickly summed up all the major announcements at the WWDC for you. There were a ton of these, and Apple ensured to touch upon each and every single one of their OS in the announcement. The OS X was renamed to macOS in order to stand in synergy with the iOS and watchOS, and other than a new name plenty of other interesting features were added on. Ensure that you check out all these announcements in our recap post here.
The only sad part about the announcements was the fact that the public rollout for all the updates will not be happening anytime soon. While Apple said that the public release will come sometime in fall, we are fairly sure it would be on the day that Apple decides to drop the iPhone 7. This means presumably waiting for another four months or so before you can get your hands on the cool iMessage on the iOS 10 or even Siri on your MacBook thanks to macOS 10.12. However, if you are impatient there are two ways that we can help you with, for an early access.
Sign up as a developer
If you sign up as a developer today, which costs by the ways $100 for iOS, you would be able to download the file for the developer preview of iOS 10. You can do the exact same thing for Mac. In order to sign up for the Apple Developer program, you need to head yourself here. Once you are a part of the developer program, you can simply go ahead download and flash your phone with iOS 10. Mind you that te developer previews are not always the most stable, but you will definitely be receiving the latest and the greatest iOS updates before anyone else.
Wait for the Public Beta
If waiting for four months is too long, waiting another twenty or so days sounds okay right? Apple has promised to open a Public Beta of all their new OS updates, so you will be able to download the iOS 10, macOS 10.12 as well as the new watcOS and tvOS on Public Beta. This is expected to be out sometime in July though the exact dates are not known. In order to sign up for public beta, you must head to this page and sign in using your Apple ID. Public Beta is absolutely free and in general a little more stable than the developer preview.
There is always the third way, where you can pick up the file from the internet, though we would be wary of flashing it on the device, as it can easily brick your iPhone or computer if Apple is not able to verify the download. We would advise you to stay away from them and only use the two methods above or wait till the public release.