Looks like Apple has decided to give its registered iOS developers a little Thursday night software surprise. The Cupertino firm just pushed iOS 7 beta 6 to users, and as you can see in the image above, the update is a small one. MacRumors has shared a small note from Apple that explains that the update is intended to address an issue with iTunes in the Cloud that can cause "some purchases to download or play unexpected items."
This update comes just a little over a week after iOS 7 beta 5 was released to developers. Apple typically releases its iOS betas early in the week, usually on Mondays, but it appears that this iTunes in the Cloud bug was enough of an issue to cause the company to throw together a quick fix and get it out to users. Registered iOS developers can now install iOS 7 beta 6 by heading into Settings > General > Software Update on an eligible iOS device. The update is also available on Apple's Developer Center website.