It’s that time once again, Apple developers!
Apple just released iOS 8 beta 4, the latest update to the test version of its next major operating system. This new update is build 12A4331d and is available through Apple’s iOS Dev Center as well as an over the air update that can be accessed by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your iOS device.
This update is rolling out two weeks after iOS 8 beta 3 began pushing out to users. Apple typically sticks to a schedule like this during its major iOS beta tests, so today’s launch isn’t exactly a surprise, but it’s still good to see the Cupertino firm making progress on iOS 8.
Since the iOS 8 beta 4 rollout just began, there’s no word yet on what changes it holds. Stay tuned and I’ll upgrade you with more details as I get ‘em.
UPDATE: The folks at MacRumors have already dug into iOS 8 beta 4 and found the following tweaks: