Just two weeks after its second version, Apple has come up with a beta 3 version. This newest thing among systems includes Messages, iCloud and AirPlay. According to MacRumors, some hitches along the way have been fixed. The iCloud Keychain, Find My iPhone and Bookmark Toggles all were flash points which got resolved. As far as the Messages app is concerned, it is not empty anymore nor does it crash when displayed on two or more threads, as stated by the iOS 7 Library. Everything has been further updated to bring it into alignment with the rest of the system. Those users who have an account with Apple can download the software.
The iOS 7 was introduced to a community of developers at the WWDC on June 10th. Back then the OS was ready for the iPhone and iPod Touch only. Today it is also available on the iPad. Beta 2 included Voice Memo Service. A masculine voice for Siri exists. Finally a revamped Reminders app is available too. Meanwhile, in Beta 3, a Passcode Lock and Auto-Lock conditions have been set up. There is more that has to be done by the designers and engineers at Apple. Some of the apps such as Safari, Calendar, Contacts, Notes, Passbook need to be molded closer to the heart’s desire.
The other issues regarding Newsstand Background downloads and Background App Refresh Option in Settings has been finalized too. Then there is push notification. The bug fixes and series of progressive steps that have been taken will surely make this system a cinch to operate. The Beta 3 comes to us courtesy of Cupertino. It is a system that will prove to be better than all other systems. With so many fresh features, it introduces the user to a brand new world that didn’t exist before.
Apple seems to have taken us to a new level with its sophisticated technology that beats the competition hands down. The great thing about most Apple products is that they fit a lot into so little space. It is all about miniaturization and micro-architecture. Apple has the market cornered and it isn’t going to back down. It is now or never. And with the iOS 7 all the competitors have got a case of the DTs. They are looking on with panic as a technology par excellence arrives in all its glorious grandeur.