In addition to iOS 8 Beta 3, Apple has also released OSX Yosemite’s Developer Preview 3
Last week we told you that the rumors were that the arrival of iOS 8 beta 3 could come today, July 8th. However, the American company finally went ahead one day and released it yesterday along with OSX Yosemite’s Developer Preview 3 , the next version of Apple’s operating system. Yesterday was a day of updates, with which Apple shows us that it continues to develop its two operating systems with a firm step and without rest.
iOS 8 Beta 3
The guys at Cupertino want everything to be perfect for the fall and to have as few bugs as possible for the release of iPhone 6 and the iOS 8 release for all users.
Just over a month after the release of the first iOS 8 beta for developers Apple has made available the third beta, just after the announcement of the data deletion in CloudKit for both operating systems. But what’s new in the third iOS 8 beta?
Major new features iOS 8 Beta 3
The third beta of iOS8 features several OSX integration enhancements through Health App, Continuity and Family Sharing, as well as a new keyboard for iOS called QuickType .
But it doesn’t stop there, as there are also improvements to the interactive notifications and various applications such as Safari, Mail or Messaging . The new iOS 8 beta also includes several new operating system settings including new iCloud Drive options , a new Handoff setting and the option to turn the new QuickType keyboard on or off.
Finally, we should not overlook that the look of the Time application has also changed slightly and they have included new wallpapers .
What’s new in OSX Yosemite’s Developer Preview 3?
As far as the OSX Yosemite operating system is concerned, it is still a developer’s version and also has improvements in Continuity, Safari or Mail . On the other hand, MacRumors have also included some improvements in the Spotlight search bar, and continue making changes in the system interface .
Remember that both versions are still test versions and therefore still have bugs, but if you are still a developer and have installed iOS 8 Beta 3 on your iDevice don’t hesitate to tell us in comments what you think.