Previously, we heard a rumor that Apple will release the iOS 8 Beta 5 on August 4th, and it turns out it was spot on.
Apple is rolling out the iOS 8 Beta 5 to registered developers, two weeks after the launch of the beta 4, and two months after they introduced the latest OS to the public.
The latest beta bumps the build version to 12A4345d, and is rolling out over-the-air to registered devices, and can also be downloaded via the Developer portal.
iOS 8 Beta 5 comes with a handful of improvements and bug fixes of known issues which were present in the previous beta. As for the iOS 8, it will introduce improved integration with OS Yosemite and an improved keyboard, family sharing features, redesigned control center, and a lot more.
Some rumros suggest that Apple will release another beta by mid-August, with the final build expected to roll out by this fall, possibly alongside the new iPhone 6. Apple is rumored to be working on a two new iPhones for launch this fall, possibly with a bigger display.
We’ll update you as soon as we get any other information about the launch of the iOS 8 operating system. Stay tuned.
Source: MacRumorsFiled Under: Apple, Top News