By Anton D. Nagy | August 16, 2013 2:41 AM
Beta 5 of iOS 7 landed on August 6 and yesterday we’ve heard some interesting bits of information claiming to predict the public release date of the final build to grace Apple’s upcoming iPhone, as well as some older models of the phone, alongside Apple tablets.
Beta 6 is available to download as an over-the-air patch which is fixing a lot of bugs and brings some additional fine-tuning to the platform. There’s a rather long changelog at the source link below, in case you want to know exactly what Apple tinkered with in this release.
The Cupertino-based company is expected to unveil its flagship iPhone, alongside a rumored lower-cost iPhone 5C, on September 10, according to reports. That day should also be close (or coincide) with the day iOS 7 becomes final, and public.