Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) just released iOS 7 Beta 5 and it’s available through Software Updates. Not only that, but a new iOS 7 update includes a seed for Apple TV. The Cupertino-based tech giant also released a change log for the new beta and it includes a full list of all the updates that was packed into the upgrade. Here are some highlights from their change log:
The classes in the AddressBookUI framework now explicitly disallow subclassing. For apps linked against the iOS 7 SDK, attempting to initialize a subclass of one of these classes returns nil. For apps linked against older SDKs, the only behavior change is a warning logged to the console.
As of Seed 4, privacy support for the AddressBookUI framework is reenabled for apps linked against the iOS 7 SDK. Apps linked against older SDKs are not changed. If your app uses any of the Address Book view controllers, you should verify that it still behaves as expected.
iOS 7 offering some impressive features
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is just weeks away from the official unveiling of iOS 7 and the iPhone 5S. It’s been a long time coming and tech fans are ready to embrace whatever the company will have to offer.
App Advice recently added, “If Apple plans on keeping to its original launch schedule, iOS 7 beta 5 would arrive today, Aug. 5 at 10 a.m. PDT. This would allow Cupertino to release a sixth beta, if needed, on Aug. 19, with a gold master version to follow during the week of Sept. 2. We’ve heard rumors in recent days that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) plans on announcing the next-generation iPhone the week of Sept. 9. For this to happen, Apple would be wise to stick to its original iOS 7 beta launch schedule.”
iOS 7 offers some pretty impressive features including a simpler design, Control Center with quick access to controls and applications, Notification Center that alerts users of new messages and missed calls, improved camera with Instagram-like features, multitasking capabilities, iCloud photo sharing, AirDrop share feature, iTunes Radio, and more. If anything, iOS 7 will offer enough reasons for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) fans to love the iPhone 5S.