The third beta of iOS 7 has been released by Apple for supported iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models. The beta arrives as build 11A4414e and is expected to include many bug fixes and improvements, as it further pushes iOS 7 to it’s anticipated public release later this year
Those running iOS 7 beta 2 can download the new beta directly from Over-The-Air updates:
From Settings, visit “General” then go to “Software Update” to find the new version
Tapping “Download and Install” begins the update process. OTA update remains the easiest way to get the latest beta versions of iOS 7, as the update arrives in delta format making it a smaller download that is then installed directly on the device.
Installing through Software Update can sometimes hang for a while on the “Preparing Update…” stage, so don’t be surprised if it takes much longer to prepare the update than it does to download. The iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch will reboot itself when the update is completed.
iOS 7 Beta 3 Direct Download Links for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
Users who are interested in performing a clean install of iOS 7 beta 3 can download firmware contained on a disk image for compatible devices directly from Apple’s Developer Center (dev login required), then use the IPSW to update directly from iTunes:
iOS 6.1 Beta 4 has been released to developers registered with Apple’s iOS Dev program. The 4th beta release of iOS 6.1 is build 10B5126b, and is now available to download through OTA update on devices already running existing 6.1 betas. As usual, IPSW firmware files are also available to download directly from the dev center. Compatible devices continue to be the iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad mini, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 5, and the iPod touch 4th and 5th gen.
There does not appear to be any significant change, and iOS 6.1 is expected to be an incremental update with bug fixes and improvements to Apple Maps, Passbook, Siri, and Safari. Some minor user interface changes have also been noticed by those using the developer builds.
iOS 6.1 Beta 4 Released for Developers
There is no projected release date for when iOS 6.1 will be available to the public, but the beta releases are progressing along at such a rate that we could see a release within the next few weeks.
Alongside the public release of the iOS 6.0.1 update, registered Apple Developers received access to the first beta of iOS 6.1. Included in the release are a variety of minor UI changes, and a new Map Kit aimed at developers to help the built-in Maps app.
iOS 6.1 beta 1 arrives as build 10B5095f, and is compatible with iPad 2, iPad 3, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPod touch 4th and 5th gen. Curiously, the early releases of iOS 6.1 beta did not include IPSW for iPad 4 or iPad mini, but those should arrive shortly. Alongside iOS 6.1 beta is also a new version of Xcode 4.6, which is required to build apps for the latest beta iOS.
if you are the iOS developer / programmer then you need know the first to which frameworks are New Added and which are updated, without you know this framework you can not develop a New Application and upgrade application from old version.
AdSupport – Added New Framework
MediaToolbox – Added New Framework
PassKit – Added New Framework
Social – Added New Framework
All above frameworks details are available in Xcode 4.5 latest stable version, iOS 6 Application development start before you must be read about it. if you are know all frameworks then you can build Excellent quality application.