Last night, Apple released the fourth beta update for iOS 7 to developers. Though the update schedule was put off track by its developer website falling victim to hackers, BGR Classic reports that everything is back on track and Apple plans to release two more betas before the Grand Master update in September. Also Read - Apex Legends Mobile now available on Google Play Store, Apple App Store
According to the report, the GM update will be arriving early in September, which could be a sign that Apple might unveil the iPhone 5S and the cheaper iPhone aka iPhone 5C running on the latest OS by the end of that month.
Last night s beta update (build 11A4435d) is available as an over-the-air (OTA) update or can be downloaded from Apple s developer website. As expected, the latest update brings with a host of bug fixes and enhancements to the graphics and UI. Apple s developer portal has been updated with the download files and also has the full iOS 7 beta 4 change log.