Apple has released the fourth beta version of its latest iOS 6 firmware for developers and it currently availble as an over-the-air update for registered developers. The latest firmware will soon be available for download from Apple’s iOS Developers Center.
We don’t have the changelog for the latest iOS6 beta 4 yet but likely, it will feature more bug fixes. The build number for iOS 6 Beta 4 is 10A5376e. Some features of iOS 6 won’t work on some older devices like the iPhone 3GS. In the previous iOS 6 Beta 3, two features that did not previously work, namely Photo Streams and VIP Mail, were updated to work on older gen iPhone. Changes were also made to Safari and iMessage. Safari was updated, glyphs for bookmarks, reading list and history instead of worded labels. Answer and decline options were back in FaceTime too. Let’s see what changes have been made in the latest Beta 4 to support old devices.
iOS 6 is suspected to be released in mid September alongside iPhone 5 and it is a major update on iOS 5 with over 200 new features. The all new Maps app is one of them which no longer relies on Google Maps servers. Redsn0w 0.9.13dev 3 was released for iOS 6 Beta 3 tethered jailbreak so hopefully, a new version of Redsnow will be released soon for iOS 6 Beta 4 tethered jailbreak. Stay tuned as we keep you updated on the changelog for iOS 6 Beta 4 and the probable tethered jailbreak.