Apple Rolls Out iOS 8 Beta 3 – Fixes a Number of Bugs

| July 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

iOS 8 beta 3

On Monday, Apple released iOS 8 Beta 3 for developers. The update is now available for download OTA (Over-the-air) and can be accessed through Apple’s developer page. It took a time period of three weeks after the last update.

The iOS 8 beta 3 under the build number of 12A4318c brings some bug fixes and improvements as well. It covers some known issues with AVCapture, battery life, backup, authentication, Apple’s Bug Reporter, Bluetooth, CloudKit, CarPlay, extensions, document providers, FaceTime, HealthKit, Family Sharing, third-party keyboards, HomeKit and more.

iOS 8, Apple’s latest mobile operating system introduced at WWDC event on June 2, is scheduled for the final release later this year. It comes with iCloud Drive, Family Sharing, QuickType, Continuity, a new Health app and many more.

iOS 8 beta 3 and OS X Yosemite

Together with iOS 8 beta 3, Apple has also released third Developer Preview of its newly-introduced OS X Yosemite, which is now available as an update via Mac App Store and Apple recommends all the users running previous betas should be updating to this new update.

We’ll keep you posted with the further coming updates from Apple. So Stay tuned!


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