Apple released OS X Yosemite as a public beta last year before the official release of the software and now it would appear that the company has similar plans for iOS.
At the moment iOS betas are only released to developers, although according to Mark Gurman from 9 to 5 Mac, Apple will start releasing iOS public betas.
The first iOS public beta release will apparently be iOS 8.3 beta and this is expected to be made available some time in March.
Apple’s iOS 8.3 will bring a range of new features to iOS devices, which will include support for Wireless CarPlay, some updates to Siri and more.
Apple will also announce iOS 9 at their WWDC in June and the company is expected to release a public beta of iOS 9 this summer ahead of the launch of the OS in September or October with the new iPhone 6S.
Source 9 to 5 MacFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPhone, Top News