Apple to release iOS7 beta 4 today later and GM in September

We had seen the Beta 3 version of iOS 7 on 8th July 2013. Now Apple to release iOS7 beta 4 today later. The official link will appears on Apple’s developer’s site at 1:00 p.m. EDT / 10:00 a.m. PDT.

iOS7 beta 4Anyone who with developer’s license can be download iOS7 beta 4 upon the release. The beta 4 version of iOS7 updates with more bug fixes, User interface enhancements and more graphic support. Other updates and device support can be only known at the time of release. The link for iOS7 beta 4 download once appears on the site and suddenly disappeared. It is thinks to be available at 1:00 p.m. EDT / 10:00 a.m. PDT.

It is also reported that there are two more beta releases for iOS7 operating system. The official gold master version of iOS7 will release in the month of September. If the reports come true it may be in the first week of September.

The iOS7 operating system is the future of Apple devices. The new generation mobile operating system from Apple Inc. boasts with many innovative features. But all of these features only support within Apple iPhone 5 and fifth generation iPod touch.

The new control center within iOS7 help you to get controls like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, airplane mode, airdrop…etc. quickly from bottom of the screen. The advanced notification center will brings you all things you need to know. The ‘today’ feature within new notification center acts as a perfects guide who tells us about various tasks we have to follow.iOS7 features

The new camera application within iOS7group your photos according to geo tagging and date. Also you can find new gallery and editing tool within iOS7 camera application. The smarter AirDrop service helps you to share the contents quickly and securely with nearby iDevices.

The new iTunes radio allows you to stream music from more than 200 stations. The service will provide recommendations according to your taste of streaming. Also the updated Siri can bring you more informations as it integrated with Bing, Wikipedia and Twitter.