Apple on Monday released iOS 7 beta 3 for the iPhone, iPad, iPad mini and iPod touch to developers, just as BGR exclusively reported would be the case late last month. Apple unveiled iOS 7 during its WWDC 2013 keynote in early June, and the new software was met with mixed responses. While some believe iOS 7 is a big leap forward in terms of innovation, we said in our in-depth analysis that iOS 7 focuses mainly on renovation rather than the introduction of innovative new features. Of course, Apple still may have some surprises in store for the release version of iOS 7 this fall, especially considering the next-generation iPhone 5S is expected to launch around the same time with an integrated fingerprint scanner. We’re all waiting to see what Apple has up its sleeve but in the meantime, iOS 7 beta 3 is available for download immediately as an over-the-air (OTA) update and the full OS files should appear in Apple’s iOS developer portal soon.
UPDATE: The full change log for iOS 7 beta 3 is now available.
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