- June 12, 2013
- Posted by: Vishal Shah
- Category: Ios Programming
Apple has come up with their latest IOS 7 Beta for developers. Ahead of what is likely to be a long summer of beta testing.
Initially the first built number 11A4372q, has been released for the iPhone5, 4S and 4, along with the iPod fifth generation and new betas for the Apple TV and a beta of Find My iPhone. Apple also released the first build of the Xcode 5 Developer Preview.
Simply you need to take the backup of your phone using iTunes or through iCloud prior to installation of IOS7, and following installation, can be restored through either process. Currently IOS7 won’t be available for the public. Apple has stated clearly that the system will be delivered to the developers from today itself. This is good news for those developers who are willing to work for this generation and future generations of Apple mobile devices, especially since it’s clear that this wont be the last generation of Apple mobile device hardware updates. And let’s not forget the “hacker” developers; too, they are also playing the important role as well.
This whole week will be host to details surrounding of IOS7 – but not the whole concept. While camera features and ease of use bits and pieces such as AirDrop for mobile were made a central part of the presentation, in the following OS apple push the idea that they simply don’t have time to show everything they are already busy in developing this OS.
Apple plans to release this IOS7 to a limited set of devices because the features are advanced technically.
As usual, Apple warns the developers that “pre-release versions of IOS has considered to be Apple confidential Information and are subject to the terms of your iOS Developer Program License Agreement. Unauthorized distribution or disclosure of Apple Confidential Information is prohibited.” Stick around Optimatrix in our Apple hub for more information and more update of Apple and their products.