Apple Seeds Second iOS 8.1.3 Beta to Retail Employees
According to the latest report from reliable sources, Apple continues its work on iOS 8.1.3. In fact, the company has recently seeded the second beta of the mobile operating system to its retail employees for testing, MacRumors reporters write. Such a suggestion is based on the data about the web-traffic generated by the devices running the most-recent iOS 8.1.3 beta. The release of the second version of 8.1.3 comes ten days after the release of the very first one.
The newest iOS beta has a build number 12B466 and probably features a number of stability improvements and bug fixes. Unfortunately, there are no other details on the update as it is currently available only for Apple retail employees.
MacRumors continues to see an uptick in the number of visits received from devices running iOS 8.1.3, and while we expect the update will be released to the public in the next week or two, it is not clear exactly when a launch could come.
While we can’t be totally sure, it looks like the guys from Cupertino plan to avoid the developer-testing stage and release iOS 8.1.3 to public in the near future. Provided that this iOS version contains only minor improvements, such a step looks quite logical.
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