Apple Seeds Fourth Beta of iOS 10 to Developers
Aug 1, 2016, 12:29 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Apple today made iOS 10 Developer Beta 4 available to registered app developers. The beta, which Apple says contains bug fixes and other improvements, can be downloaded and installed over the air. Apple did not spell out any specific new features or improvements. This is not the public beta. Apple will provide a separate update to the iOS 10 public beta in the days ahead. iOS 10 makes sweeping changes to Apple Music, News, and Photos; opens up Siri to third-party app developers; and improves myriad other functions, such as the keyboard.
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