Apple has released the first public beta of iOS 10. You don’t have to be a developer to download the beta, its for anyone who wants to risk installing and taking a look at some of the new features and functionalities that iOS 10 will have to offer.

Apple is also keen to see how well iOS 10 will perform, the company can begin to fix issues that occur before releasing the final product. So don’t be shy, if your interested install the beta version of iOS 10, just make sure you’re backed up just in case. Enroll your iOS device, install a configuration profile, and update iOS, then later in September your device should update to the final version of iOS 10.

Some features your can expect are updates to third party integration with Siri. Users also get a newly redesigned lock screen that can display notifications and widgets. The Photos app gets an update with facial recognition, deep learning integration for categorization, and intelligent photo albums. A new Messages app with various new features will be available. Apple Maps, Apple Music, HomeKit, and more services are also getting updates.