updated 06:50 pm EDT, Mon June 6, 2011
Requires registered device with paid dev account
Apple's Dev Center has posted the preview and beta releases talked about at this morning's WWDC keynote, including the fourth preview of Lion and new beta seeds for iOS 5 development as well as a beta for iCloud integration in apps. Of note is the fact that the iOS 5 beta is being simultaneously released for GSM and CDMA devices, marking the first time the two systems have been in sync.
The Lion build is marked as 11A480b and includes release notes, the StoreKit framework, server admin tools, a migration assistant for both Mac and Windows (along with an accompanying note), an updated Kernel Debug kit and Apple Remote Desktop for Lion. The iOS 5 beta seed has version for the iPad 2 (Wi-Fi, GSM and CDMA versions), the original iPad (both Wi-Fi and GSM combined), the iPhone 4 (GSM and CDMA versions), the iPhone 3GS, and the third- and fourth-generation iPod Touch.
The releases all require a paid developer account and can only be installed on registered devices associated with that account.