A few weeks ago, Apple rolled out iOS 6 beta 2. Can you see where I’m going with this? Er, there’s a massive clue in the headline, too.
Yep, you guessed it: Apple has now rolled out iO6 beta 3 to developers in an over the air (OTA) update. ‘Citing.
What’s new with iOS 6 beta 3? Er, don’t get too excited, man. The update screen states: “This beta version of iOS 6 contains bug fixes and improvements.”
iOS 6 was officially launched at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, and the key features include an improved Siri, and a 3D Maps app that ditches the traditional Google back end in favour of Apple’s own gear.
Interestingly, different iDevices will receive different doses of iOS 6. The iPhone 3GS version, for example, will have a slightly watered down Maps experience, while Siri makes the leap to the new iPad. You can read more right here.
Consensus is that iOS 6 will arrive in fall (or autumn, to you and me) alongside the iPhone 5, which is tipped to rock a larger display.