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I am a registered apple developer, and I am interested in installing the iOS5 beta on my devices to test iCloud syncing. However, I only have an iPad and a second-generation ipod touch, which does not officially support the new iOS 5 (and thus I won't be able to install the beta on this device). However, is there another way to get the new OS on the device for testing purposes?

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Apple has already done the testing for you, and determined from said testing (and maybe a bit of marketing fairy dust) that that device doesn't meet the hardware requirements for running the new OS. –  BoltClock Sep 17 '11 at 6:14
    
What if you jailbreak the iPod touch? Is it then possible to run the new OS? –  Jason Sep 19 '11 at 10:21

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See this topic Actually, there is no possibility to run iOS5 app on device, while it's beta.

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What is your second sentence talking about? –  BoltClock Sep 17 '11 at 6:13

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