On Monday, Apple released iOS 8 beta 4 to tackle annoying bugs. The update adds some nifty features as well. It is now available for download. Only registered developers can have this latest update running on their iOS devices.
To become a registered developer from Apple, you’ll need to spend $99 each year. If this doesn’t sound well, then there’s an option that can help you get this update. All you need to get your UDID number (an alphanumeric code granted from Apple to its devices) registered, for this there’re lots of services available on the web doing that job by charging a few bucks.
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Anyways, the new software fixes different issues spotted in the early betas of iOS 8. It also adds some new features as well. All the location-based applications will no longer show on the Lock Screen but we can’t say for sure whether this feature has been eliminated permanently or not. Another app named Bug Reporter has also been removed by the Apple in iOS 8 beta 4 so that users should be reporting bugs visiting the Apple Developer site.
Other services that have been improved in this update include – Document Providers, CloudKit, Document Providers, AVCapture, Contacts, CarPlay, iCloud Keychain, Family Sharing, Extensions, Handoff, Find my Friends, the iOS file system, HealthKit, Phone, Notification Center, WebKit, Localization, iAd, Game Center, Fonts, Metal and OpenGL, Messages, Springboard, Safari, Newsstand, iCloud Drive, Photos, Keyboards, Weather, UIKit, Siri and Music.
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