The most expected announcement from WWDC 2013 is nothing but 7th generation iOS mobile operating system itself. On the releasing date itself Apple provided the developers with beta version of iOS 7. A few days ago we also encountered with Beta 2 version of iOS 7. Now iOS7 Beta 3 release date set for July 8.
Apple not yet announced about the public release of seventh generation iOS mobile operating system. In the second Beta release of iOS7 Apple ensures the support within iPad. The iOS7 beta 3 release date reported by BGR and they said that they got this information from trusted sources.
What is new within Beta 3 release of iOS7 is nothing but support for all major iOS devices like compatible iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV. It is also reported that the developers will see a further new improvements within Beta 3 version of iOS7, The release date of iOS7 beta 3 just a one week near to developers.
The beta version of Apple iOS7 can be used only by one who with developer’s license. The public release of iOS7 mobile operating system will take even more time. It may be along with the Apple iPhone 5S release. The new features within iOS7 operating system surely turn it to the future of Apple Inc.
New features within iOS7 mobile operating system
- The new control center within 7th generation Apple mobile operating system helps to access major options of phone quickly. It includes turn on or off airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, brightness, airplay connection, camera and flashlight options.
- The advanced notification center brings all things you need to know at once place.
- Smart multi-tasking allows you to update the contents without having launching the desired application.
- Apple iOS7 support secured and smarter sharing through AirDrop with other iDevices.
- Updated Safari browser brings next level browsing experience for the users.
- The new iTunes radio allows you to stream out songs from more than 200 stations.
- The intelligent personal assistant Siri can provide more information as it is integrated with Wikipedia, Twitter and Bing.