iOS 7 Beta 4 Will Reportedly Be Seeded to Developers Today
Apple has been maintaining a new release of iOS 7 beta every other Monday (two-week increments), since the seed of the iOS 7 beta 1. Unfortunately, because of the developer center being hacked into last week
, a new beta wasn't able to be seeded last Monday and the developer center was taken down so security could be strengthened.
On the other hand, now that the developer center is back up
, Apple can start releasing iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks betas again. A new report via BGR
claims that Apple will be releasing iOS 7 beta 4 today, Monday July 29th. The release is expected to get Apple back on track from the developer center outage.
Whatís more is that the report also claims there will be two additional beta releases before the Golden Master release, which is expected in September. Starting today, the betas should continue along their usual two-week release pattern assuming there are no more issues with the developer center.
At this point in time itís unknown exactly what will be a part of the latest beta apart from obvious bug fixes and stability improvements. We will be sure to keep you updated should the beta drop today at its normal time.