Second Beta for iOS 5 Turns On Wi-Fi Syncing
Apple today released a second beta version of its iOS 5 system software for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. This updated software has activated wireless Wi-Fi syncing between iOS devices and Apple computers, as well as added the option to backup new iOS devices to iCloud when first setting them up. Apple has made a new version of iTunes available, as well. Apply typically provides updated betas for its iOS software every few weeks leading up to the final release. iOS 5 isn't scheduled to become available to everyone until the fall.
iOS 11 Public Beta 5 Lands Right After Developer Beta
Apple today released iOS 11 Public Beta 5 to those testing the platform, mere hours after the company made the developer version available. iOS 11 targets the iPad more than the iPhone, but both devices gain expanded Control Center tools, a refreshed App Store, new camera features, Siri improvements, as well as updates to iMessage, the Keyboard, files, and more.
Apple Releases Third Public Beta of iOS 9
Apple has made available iOS 9 Public Beta 3. This test version of iOS is meant for people interested in trialling the operating system ahead of its scheduled fall release.
Apple Pushes iOS 9.1 Beta 2 to Public Testers
Apple today made iOS 9.1 public beta 2 available to those testing the pre-release version of iOS. Unlike the developer version released Wednesday, this one is for consumers who signed up for the public beta program.
Apple Makes Third iOS 11 Beta Available to Public Testers
Apple today released iOS 11 Public Beta 3 to those testing the platform. The release follows closely that of a new build for developers, which was made available earlier this week.