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Apple Gets Back on Track; Releases iOS 7 Beta 4 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

After facing an 8-day downtime in its Developer Website due to what they said was a security intrusion, Apple gets back on track today by releasing beta 4 of iOS 7 for the iPhone , iPad and iPod Touch. iOS 7 betas are released to developers for testing purposes, these do not have an specific release date, but since iOS 6 these have been release in a two week cycle; this has also been the case for iOS 7 beta, but was interrupted by the downtime.

It is too soon to say what's new with iOS 7 beta 4, but it is expected that Apple continues to squash bugs, specially UI bugs, and continues to refine the experience.

Apple is expected to release iOS 7 to the public some time in September or October.

More on this later on.

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