“With the Apple Developer site shutdown in the rearview mirror, attention now turns to when Apple will post the next developer release of iOS 7,” Bryan M. Wolfe writes for AppAdvice.
“Long expected to launch last week, iOS 7 beta 4 could arrive as early as today,” Wolfe writes. “This assumes that Apple continues with its unofficial schedule of releasing new updates on Mondays.”
Wolfe writes, “As we first noted on July 19, we don’t expect to see any major changes in iOS 7 beta 4. However, it would be nice were Apple to begin releasing iOS 7 beta versions of non-native apps such as iBooks, iMovie, and GarageBand. For now, even for developers, these apps remain stuck in Scott Forstall’s skeuomorphic world, which includes wood-paneled shelves, and flashing marquees.”
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