iOS 5 beta 6 is available for developers!

September 1, 2011 by Chad Faith | Leave a Comment
Filed Under Company News, Software

Apple has just recently launched the iOS beta 6 for developers. Available as an OTA (over the air) update, it measures  144 MB and it requires the user to use an iPhone , an iPad or iPod touch with the iOS 5 beta 3 installed or more recent versions of the iOS. So what does the new version of Apple’s OS brings to the tablet? Let’s find out in this quick article!

The Cupertino company does not recommend that you delete the data present on the terminals before the upgrade, as it was the case for the beta 5, so, in this regard, we are happy to observe an evolution.  In the meantime, Tunes has reached the 10.5 beta 6 version while the Xcode is at the 4.2 preview 3 phase. Regarding the improvements brought by the beta 6, one of the most important changes is represented by the bug fixes of interaction with the iCloud service. For example, some settings were not correctly saved and some services were only activated momentarily. This is the case of Find My Phone, which was disabled after setup.

As in the previous beta, the birthday calendar is not available on the site or in Windows but this function will be remedied in a later version. Moreover, iBooks still has some problems and will not display some text or images from books. In this regard, Apple advises us to head over to the App Store and upgrade to the 1.3 version of iBooks. Have you tested the new software?

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