Apple seeds iOS 6.1 beta 3 to developers

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 (opens in new tab) to download and install manually via iTunes.

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  • Anyone notice any major changes yet?
  • Just widgets and a public Siri API. Other than that, not much else to get excited about. :-P
  • The public Siri API will make it so that devs can integrate Siri into their apps right?
  • Sarcasm lost. haha
  • what?
  • I'll download this when I get home. No wifi at work.
  • Are they fixing the AT&T Microcell issues?
  • you say widgets, be more specific please
  • :-P = joking/sarcasm/linkbait/etc...
  • ive just figured out that if you want to go back to iOS 6.0.1 from 6.1 beta 3 is to just (windows users) hold shift, click check for update, then search iOS 6.0.1 firmware