Just over a week ago Apple released iOS 7 beta 3 to developers, and it wasn’t long before some of you were complaining that the changes made from beta 2 did not go far enough, but this is the process we have come to expect. It’s for this reason why devs are now looking to iOS 7 beta 4 release predictions, and there are clues that could tell us this very date.
We have seen on several forums that some people have been suggesting a possible iOS 7 beta 4 release prediction of Monday, July 22, as this would make it two weeks since the last version was released. It certainly looks as though they are trying to push out two betas per month, as this is a good way of getting a better response from the developer community.
iOS 7 beta 3 certainly helped to address several problems and make it run much smoother, but it’s clear there are still several problems that needs to be ironed out, such as an overheating issue with the iPhone 4S and several apps crashing, which we recently discussed.
The iOS 7 beta 4 release cannot come soon enough for other devs though, as they have noticed an issue with iMessage, where they have been locked out of the app. There is also an issue with Siri for some of you, so it will be interesting to see if Apple has been able to get on top of these problems?
Going back to that release window for beta 4, there has also been some speculation that because of the number of issues with beta 3, we may have to wait a little longer than two weeks, as it could take Apple longer than usual to try and resolve these issues.
When do you think iOS 7 beta 4 will be released?
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