Apple Begins Seeding iOS 6 Beta 3 to Developers
iOS 6 Beta 3 has been seeded to Apple’s developers today – an update that brings stability enhancements and bug fixes to the operating system. In beta, developers are expected by Apple to test out the new features of iOS 6 so that all bugs are worked out and also to test their applications so that they will be prepared for launch on the App Store when iOS 6 is officially released to the public.
The download size varies among devices, but for our iPhone 4 GSM model, the update weighed in at a heavy 323MB and took around 10 minutes to fully download. Download speeds will vary by Internet connection. With 323MB of changes, it is expected that we will see some more of iOS 6’s veiled and unveiled features in the update.
Just like last time, the gears in the Software Update section are animated during the over the air (OTA) updating process in iOS 6.
When more information is uncovered about the update and small details are found pointing to changes in the operating system, we will be sure to keep you updated.
iOS 6 will be released to the public in the Fall as a free update for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch 4G, iPad 2, and the new iPad.