Apple Inc. launched the 8th Beta build of the upcoming iOS 10 to developers enrolled in the Apple Developer Program. The 7th Public Beta build to public beta testers was also released on the same day.
The Beta 7 and Public Beta 6 builds were announced on last Friday and the latest builds, released just after a week, come with some new fixes and under-the-hood improvements to further enhance the functionality and security of the mobile operating system used on all iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch products.
Although till now no details are known about the exact changes implemented in the latest Beta builds, however it seems that the new changes would be similar to what the company released last eve the 5th stable maintenance update to the iOS 9 series, that fixed two kernel security issues and a WebKit bug that could have been used by attackers to steal sensitive information.
iOS 10 to be rolled out this September
Recently, as we know, the Cupertino-based company has launched the 8th Beta build to developers and 7th Public Beta build to others, and it is believed that it’s also the last from the company and Apple are going to release its upcoming iPhone 7 powered by the latest iOS 10 operating system in September soon.
Although there is no fixed date for release but the users around the globe would be able to update their products to iOS 10 in September. Side by side iOS 10, Apple Inc. is also going to launch new versions of its other operating systems, including macOS 10.12 Sierra, watchOS 3, tvOS 10, besides the Xcode 8 IDE for developers and a new stable version of the open-source Swift programming language is also likely to be released.