Those that likes to play around with beta releases of the iOS can now rejoice because the fourth beta version of the iOS 6 was just released for developers. We are talking about build 10A5376e which is already being given to developers under the iOS Developer program. The first beta was released shortly after the WWDC 2012 earlier with the second beta on 25th June and the third beta on July 16th. This latest beta version can be used for iPhone 3GS and above, iPad 2 and above as well as the iPod Touch 4G.
Some of the things that will be implemented on the latest version of the iOS include 200 new features. Applications such as Passbook, upgraded Siri, Facebook integration as well as an all-new 3D Maps application will be made available on iOS 6. As usual, Apple will first give out a few beta versions of the iOS and fixing the possible bugs before releasing the final version for the public. It is estimated that the final version will be released at the same time with the launch of a next-generation iPhone.
In addition to the iOS 6 Beta 4, Apple had also graciously release the Apple TV Software Update Beta 4 for both the second and third generation Apple TV. For Xcode users, you will also be happy to know that the company had released a new version of the software development program and this is the Xcode 4.5.
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