By July 12, 2011

iOS 5 beta 3 lands

ios5 Apple announced iOS 5 about a month ago and have been providing developers with beta versions of the new OS with updates every few weeks. Today Beta 2 is replaced with Beta 3 and is being offered to developers to download today.

Beta 2 contained updates for iTunes sync over WiFi, which works rather nicely, but temporarily dropped Facetime. Beta 3 concerns itself with location services and offers more granular controls with a raft of new toggles and a control for using voice when roaming which will be particularly useful rather than just the data while roaming.

I haven’t installed on my iPhone or iPad so don’t know if Facetime has been re-enabled but I’ll be looking at this later on today and will find out what else has changed in there too.

Oh and just in case you were interested this version has already been Jailbroken!


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