iOS 6 Beta 3 Released to Developers as OTA Download

Jul 16, 2012 - 3 Comments

iOS 6 Beta 3

The third beta of iOS 6 has been released to developers running compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod hardware. The new build is 10A5355d and contains many bug fixes and improvements over beta 2, pushing the newest version of iOS closer to it’s public debut later in the year.

For developers already running iOS 6 beta 2, they can download the beta 3 release quickly as an over-the-air delta update, found in Settings > General > Software Update. The new builds IPSW files are also hosted on Apple’s iOS Developer Center.

Some devices are seeing beta 3 marked as beta 2, despite already having beta 2 installed. This appears to be a typo and downloading the update installs the newest version anyway.

Apple has stated that iOS 6 is due for public release this fall. It’s looking increasingly likely iOS 6 will coincide with the launch of iPhone 5, and possibly even the much rumored iPad mini.

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Posted by: Matt Chan in iPad, iPhone, News

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  1. Gotta Say It says:

    Other than Siri coming to iPad 3, iOS 6 is easily the most boring update to iOS ever in history.

  2. m2n2l2 says:

    Not giving siri to ipad 2 is plain stupid. Even IOS Chrome has voice-recognition and siri isn’t much more complicated thing than that. Guess they had to come up with a way to boost the sales of the crappy device which takes forever to charge and gets yellow screen after a while.

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