With the whole world waiting for Apple to release the two well-awaited handsets, the company is busy preparing its iOS update. According to multiple reports roaming all around the internet, it is expected that iOS 7 beta 7 build will be released today with support for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
The release of iOS 7 beta 7 might surprise many users since it was just last Friday when the Cupertino-based company released an emergency updated to its latest firmware. More precisely, the company has released an emergency bug patch known as iOS 7 beta 6.
The previous beta version of the alleged iOS 7 was a relatively general update, weighing in at just 13.5 MB. In the same time, the update did not provide any visible changes to the average user, rather than the regular bug fixes.
According to the official iOS DevCenter site, the update was designed to fix “an issue with iTunes in the Cloud, where some purchases may download or play unexpected items”. This is only a proof that Apple is working hard in order to improve the iOS 7 in order to be ready for the public release scheduled in September.
However, returning to the latest beta version of iOS 7, trusted sources confirm the fact that the build number is much higher than the previous beta, and it is normal to assume that iOS beta 7 will be made available for developers later today.
Despite the fact that most critics were sure about the number of beta Apple would release, the company will reportedly surprise users with the seventh one. Since the sixth version was released in a hurry in order to fix the iCloud bug, we are free to assume that the seventh beta version of iOS 7 was scheduled to be the last one until the public firmware version would be revealed.
Keep in mind the fact that the rumored September 10th event will unveil the upcoming iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. In the same time, the Fruit Company announced that iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks would also see the light of the day on the same date. As Apple accustomed its users, a significant iOS update brings a new handset along with it.