Attempting this could be harmful to your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod, and nobody is responsible for that but yourself. When finished, the device should reboot into i OS 6 beta.
Remember, this is beta software, meaning it’s not intended for widespread consumption and many things will not behave as intended.
Software Update, if they’re not showing up for you as intended, here’s how to troubleshoot and get OTA working on an i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch.
Make sure you fit the requirements to use the OTA delta updates.
To remove content, go to Settings You need an Internet connection to update i OS.
The time it takes to download the update varies according to the size of the update and your Internet speed.
If you meet all of the above and the OTA updates aren’t visible, give it a minute or two while Apple’s servers populate around the world.
If you still have issues, the following three fixes will resolve the problems.
Over-the-Air (OTA) updates are one of the better refinements to i OS as part of the whole “post-PC” thing, they bring delta software updates directly to your devices, making for quicker updates and using less bandwidth (a delta update means only the differences between the i OS versions are sent, preventing a much larger package from being transferred i Tunes or Apple).
I've split this guide into two sections: The regular, public updates (official launches) and the beta updates (which you'll have to be signed up to get) as both are handled a little differently. If it doesn't work, disconnect and reconnect to your Wi-Fi router or turn your router off and on again.
Before we start: It's very important to make sure that your Apple device is currently connected to the internet. It's also crucial to be connected to a home network, as some company networks might filter out the connection to Apple's servers.
If your device still doesn't have enough space, you can use i Tunes to update your device.
If you can't connect to i Tunes, you can make room for the update by removing content on your device that you don't use.