Apple has released iOS 7.1 beta 3 to developers. Registered developers can download it from the Developer Center or over the air on a device with a previous beta installed. To install over the air, simply go to Settings > General > Software Update, and hit Install.
Apple has just released iOS 7 beta 3 to developers. It's available both as an over the air (OTA) download and, if past is prologue, it'll be available soon from Apple's developer web site (assuming, of course, you're a registered iOS developer).
Apple has just released iOS 6.1 beta 4 to developers. If you already have the iOS 6.1 beta installed, launch Settings, tap General, tap Software Update, and update in-place and over-the-air (OTA). If not, or if you prefer to be traditional about it, you can download the firmware from developer.apple.com and load the whole thing over USB.
Apple has released iOS 6.1 beta 3 to developers. If you're a paid iOS developer, head on over to Settings > General > Software Update to update in place, or developer.apple.com to download and install manually via iTunes.
What began life as mac.com email address and became me.com with iPhone OS 2 will now be transitioning again, this to time to icloud.com, and reportedly Apple is starting with the just-released iOS 6 beta 3. This according to information obtained by MacRumors. The notice, supplied to developers by Apple, reads in part:
icloud.com email addresses are now available for iCloud mail users. Users signing up for new Apple IDs, or enabling Mail on their iCloud account for the first time, will automatically receive an @icloud.com email address instead of a me.com email address.
Could iOS 4.3 beta 3 arrive for developers today? BGR claims their sources say it is so and build 8F5166b no less. There was only a week between beta 1 and beta 2 which is faster than Apple's usual 2 week pace but there was no new beta last week.
Apple's just-released iOS 4.2 beta 3 doesn't seem to be packing too many surprises yet. But while developers and code-ninja alike do their deep diving, we'll take a look at the obvious changes, including new text tones for iPhone (though still no custom tones, sorry!), new wallpaper for iPad, and some new restrictions in the settings.