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Apple has released a new developer beta of the latest version of iOS 8, the latest release of the software that powers most of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
This version of the iOS 8 beta is based on the developer Preview 3, which was released to the public last week.
Users are able to install iOS 8 through the developer preview.
The iOS 8 developer preview is the first time that the beta has been released, and Apple says that the new beta will not be made available for download until the end of the year.
iOS 8 is the latest in Apple’s line of hardware upgrades to the iPhone.
Previously, iOS 8 had the ability to automatically switch between iOS 8 and iOS 9.
Apple’s iOS 9 update has been a boon for users of older iPhones who have been forced to upgrade to iOS 9 due to hardware limitations or security issues.
The beta version of iPhone 8s, for instance, only works on iOS 8 devices, not iPhone 7s, 7s Plus, iPhone 6s, 6s Plus or iPhone 5c.
It also does not work on iPad mini 2 or iPhone 6, and it does not yet work on iPads that have not yet received iOS 9 support.
But the beta iOS 8 update should allow users to upgrade from iOS 8 to iOS 8.1, which is the next version of Apple’s operating system.
Apple also says that iOS 8 should support FaceTime video calls, which means that users can now record FaceTime calls and send them over the cellular network of their choice.
iOS 9 should be able to work with older iPhones that have a large amount of storage space, including the iPhone 7, 7 Plus, and 6s.
iOS 7 also made some improvements to the way the iPhone works when connected to a network, but iOS 8 adds support for 802.11ac Wi-Fi and new hardware.
While iOS 8 has the ability, at the time of this writing, to work on older iPhones and iPads, iOS 9 will be able work with devices that have been updated with iOS 9 and Apple’s new mobile operating system, which includes support for FaceTime, Wi-FI, NFC, and Bluetooth 4.0.
Apple is also making the update available for developers.
In a blog post on Wednesday, Apple said that the iOS 9 beta is “coming soon” and that developers can download the iOS update to their devices and try it out.
iOS users can download iOS 8 or iOS 9 from the Apple Developer Center, and developers can install iOS 9 on their devices by going to the Developer Options in the Settings app on the Apple Watch.
iOS devices will also automatically download and install iOS 10 and iOS 11, which are the next versions of Apple Software Development Kit, or SDKs, which were released to developers in January.
Apple plans to make the iOS 10 update available in November, but it won’t be ready for the general public until November 2019.
iOS 11 will be the first major update to the iOS operating system since iOS 8 in November 2020.
Apple will release the first version of OS X 10.11.3 for the iPhone and iPad on Tuesday.