iOS 6 beta, first made available for developers after the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference that took place in San Francisco from June 11 to June 15, has received an update. It is distributed wirelessly and is intended for the fourth-generation iPod touch, iPhone 3GS and iPad 2 as well as the later models. This beta version has a build number of 10A5338d, while the previous one was registered under 10A5316k. The actual update is approximately 330MB download for the owners of the iPhone 4S. The original iOS 6 beta release was paired with iTunes 10.6.3 for developers and Xcode 4.5 preview. This time the Cupertino giant revealed the Xcode 4.5 Developer Preview 2, as well as Apple TV Software beta 2.
Needless to say that the taste of things to come will only be available to developers while the rest of the users are left in anticipation, as the new version of the iOS inches ever closer towards its imminent “Fall” release date. iOS 6 should include a fair amount of new features along with the redesigned interface and novel look and feel to an already familiar Maps app. It should also bring Facebook integration, considerable Siri updates (as well as Siri’s first appearance on the iPad 3), FaceTime that works via cellular connection, Photo Stream sharing and much, much more. A new revision of Apple’s mobile operating system is also likely to coincide with the rumored release of a next generation iPhone model. All in all this fall seems to be pretty exciting for the Apple fans all over the world.