Apple has released iOS 10's latest beta version – the seventh for developers and sixth for public beta testers 10 – for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. This is most likely the last beta version of the OS before the company releases the final over-the-air (OTA) build next month.
The latest beta update is around 60MB in size, comes with build no 14A5345a and follows just five days after the release of the beta 6 release by Apple. This time however, there is no sign of fresh beta updates of MacOS, Watch OS or TV OS.
iOS 10 comes with a host of new features and changes, such as a redesigned Music app, News app and Maps app, along with the first Home app for HomeKit. It also features a redesigned Lock screen, widgets for the Home screen, and new features for iMessage. To check out all the features in detail click here.
In a much-needed reform iOS 10 users will be able to remove pre-installed apps. iPhone users have often complained about the space crunch on their devices and with iOS 10, users can delete the company's built-in native apps such as Stocks, Maps, Calculator, Music and Videos and download them again later when required.
There is no confirmed date for the public release of iOS 10, but Apple's 7 September event is expected to debut the much-anticipated iPhone 7, which will run iOS 10.