Apple Releases iOS 8 Beta 5 to Developers

| August 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

iOS 8 beta 3

Apple on Monday rolls out a new update to iOS 8 for developers. Under the build number of 12A4345d, the new update improves stability and brings bug fixes as well to the next-gen mobile operating system, iOS 8.

The iOS 8 Beta 5 addresses issues related to AVCapture framework, CarPlay, iCloud backups and many others. The interested areas where this new upgrade pays attention include – HealthKit, Handoff, Document Providers, CloudKit, Family Sharing, FaceTime, Extensions, iCloud Keychain, Keyboards, UIKit, Music, OpenGL, iCloud Drive, Find my Friends, Localization, Metal, HomeKit, the file system, iTunes Sync, iAd and Springboard.

iOS 8 Beta 5

The new update took almost two weeks after the 4th beta release and is now available for developers for the testing purposes. Anyhow the new betas will continue coming until the final release of iOS 8 which is supposed to be happening later this year.

According to the different reports around the tech society, Apple will be releasing iPhone 6 running iOS 8 anytime in the fall of this year. Anyhow, there isn’t a single word from the company on iPhone 6 release date.

We’ll let you know if there comes anything official from the company. So, stay tuned!


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