Developers Can Download Beta 1 of iOS 10, MacOS Sierra, WatchOS 3, tvOS
iOS 10 beta 1, macOS Sierra beta 1, tvOS (10?) beta 1, and watchOS 3 beta 1 are all available to download now from the developer page at Apple.com, along with Xcode 8 beta 1. Users who have developer profiles installed on their iPhone and iPad devices will also find the iOS 10 beta 1 update available to download now from the Settings app within Software Update.
Anyone can enroll in the developer beta program from Apple, but it does require a $99 annual membership fee. The membership fee includes the ability to submit apps to the App Store, access the large Apple library of developer documentation, and certify applications with Apple, this is why it is intended for developers and not casual users.
For those users who simply want to try out the new beta operating systems out of curiosity or to help beta test, that alone is probably not worth buying a developer license for, and instead a better option would be to enroll to participate in the public beta program.
The public beta versions of macOS Sierra and iOS 10 will be available in July for users who choose to enroll in the beta testing programs. Anyone can enroll to participate in the public beta testing programs here at Apple.com, and there is no fee associated.