A little over a week ago, Apple released the third beta of iOS 8, and now according to reports, it seems that Apple is getting ready to release the fourth beta of iOS 8 this Monday, the 21st of July, meaning that it would be released two weeks after the third beta had been released to developers.
This is according to a source who revealed the information to the folks at BGR. If you’re wondering just how credible it is, well Apple’s releases have a typical two-week window, meaning that it would not be a stretch of the imagination to think that iOS 8’s fourth beta could be on the horizon.
It will be interesting to see what kind of features and changes Apple will be bringing to the table with the fourth beta. While Apple detailed some of the new features that iOS users can expect in iOS 8, they certainly did not list every single feature, so with every iOS 8 beta release, we are treated to a bit more information, like how iOS beta 3 introduced WiFi calling for iPhones running on T-Mobile’s network.
We’re not sure how many more betas we can look forward to before the Golden Master build, which is basically the same build of iOS 8 that will be released to the masses, but given that Apple has pegged its release for the fall, we guess we won’t have to wait much longer before we can update our devices to iOS 8.
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