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Apple Releases iOS 6 Beta 3 For Developers 145

Posted by samzenpus
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hypnosec writes "Developers of iOS apps have been blessed with another update to iOS 6 around 21 days after an update of the iOS 5 successor was doled out and it contains quite a few new features. The 3rd update, dubbed iOS 6 Beta 3, can now be applied to the existing iOS on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and full downloads are available from Apple's developer portal. MacRumours notes that this update doesn't come with any change list and developers seeing the over the air update get the message that iOS 6 Beta 3 contains some 'bug fixes and improvement.' The latest build contains new options under the Settings application for Apple's latest Maps software. The beta allows developers to customize certain aspects like the volume of turn-by-turn navigation, and whether to measure distances in miles or kilometers, notes Apple Insider."
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Apple Releases iOS 6 Beta 3 For Developers

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  • Re:Oh lord (Score:2, Funny)

    by Anonymous Coward on Monday July 16, 2012 @04:45PM (#40666443)

    They really do think Apple is God.......

    When someone asks if you're a god, say YES

  • Re:Still? (Score:5, Funny)

    by the_B0fh (208483) on Monday July 16, 2012 @04:51PM (#40666491) Homepage

    No wonder you had to post as AC. Samsung have not released any JellyBean phones yet. Liar liar, phone on fire

    (ok, ok, you had to microwave it first...)

  • Re:Oh lord (Score:5, Funny)

    by busyqth (2566075) on Monday July 16, 2012 @05:00PM (#40666569)
    I'm right with you, brother!
    It's about time someone recognized that we need a self-compiled version of Android for efficiency.
    When you go to sleep, you just plug in your phone, skate over to the build app, and tap "rebuild" - all the newest code is automatically downloaded, compiled, and installed so that the OS is always up to date and optimized for your particular system.
    If Google would only do this, Apple would be totally left in the dust and be a distant memory. No one would want to buy an iPhone if they could compile their own Android kernels and userland every night.
  • by pegasustonans (589396) on Monday July 16, 2012 @05:17PM (#40666705)

    Kilometers suck because 100 Km/h is too slow to be such a nice round number.

    Problem solved, just go 100 Km per minute. Elon Musk should be able to help you.

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