Apple has just released a fourth beta version of iOS 8.3 to registered developers and members of the public beta testing program. It’s available to download over-the-air or through Apple’s Developer Center.
The new software is labeled build 12F5061. We’ll let you know if there are any notable changes in this version.
As we reported yesterday, iOS 8.3 will allow some users the ability to download free apps and other iTunes content without needing to enter their password.
Other improvements in previous beta versions of iOS 8.3 include wireless CarPlay, new Siri languages, and support for Google’s two-factor authentication. Apple has also made a nice change to the Safari keyboard layout.
It’s currently unknown when iOS 8.3 will officially arrive to the public. The third beta version of the software was seeded a little less than two weeks ago.