Monday, August 25, 2014

iOS 8 Beta 6 Release for Apple Partners

The new iOS 8 beta 6 release that is expected by developers in August [since the latest version seeded to them is iOS 8 beta 5] is believed to be already given out to Apple testing partners. It is still unclear when ordinary iPhone and iPad devs see the sixth beta.

No one can use iOS 8 beta 6 download links because there are no links available at the moment. Testing partners work privately and whatever they are seeded is not distributed for users and developers.

Why wouldn’t the iPhone giant present iOS 8 beta 6 update to devs? Experts say that this happened due to the firmware’s close proximity to GM version which is the last beta launched before iOS 8 becomes public.

According to one report, the new iOS 8 beta 6 released to testers comes with a number fixes to be avilable in iPhone 6. It solved the problem with the incorrect messages that appeared once your SIM card was removed from your handset. It fixed the issue with LTE turning on with Cancel button click. It also cured bugs with FaceTime, continuity, iCloud, GameCenter, Keyboard and iTunes Store.

Private upgrade to iOS 8 beta 6 also solved issues with Maps, Mail, Photos, Phone and other apps. All these changes will be surely seen in the public release of iOS 8 which should happen in early or mid-September.


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