Apple have officially released the sixth beta version of iOS 5 to developers marking a step towards the mass rollout of the operating system to users around the world. This update comes just two weeks after iOS 5 beta 5 was rolled out and according to screenshots; the latest build offers bug fixes and other improvements. Those with an Apple developer's ID can download the beta version immediately.
New beta version offers bug fixes and other improvements
According to a report by Mac Rumors, Apple has also released a new beta of iTunes 10.5 as well as a preview version of Xcode 4.2 that is designed to support the latest iOS firmware. The report goes on to state that Apple has disabled Nike+ syncing with the latest beta version of iTunes for iOS 5 users. A report by TiPB claims that the existing jailbreak tools such as Redsn0w on Macs and Sn0wbreeze on Windows work with iOS 5 beta 6. Other details regarding the latest iOS are pretty slim. Those with an Apple developer's ID can let us know if there are any other improvements.
An official version of iOS 5 is expected to release alongside the next generation iPhone and it should be compatible for those using present generation iOS devices as well.
Publish date: August 20, 2011 11:24 am| Modified date: December 18, 2013 8:22 pm