Today, three weeks after the release of iOS 6 beta 2 for developers, Apple has released another beta version of the new iOS firmware, the official release of which will take place in the fall, most likely along with the iPhone 5. This release of iOS 6 beta 3 has an assembly under the index 10A5355d and carries in itself some interesting changes.
What's new in iOS 6 beta:
the appearance of a new section in the settings of the Maps application, which allows you to change the volume of voice navigation, set the display of distance in miles or kilometers
- also in the application Maps will appear information about road works and accidents;
- automatic brightness adjustment is now smoother;
- Answer and Drop buttons returned to FaceTime;
- IMessage on iPad now provides the ability to add numbers;
- Maps app now shows subway stops in New York;
- IPod Touch 4G now has a VIP Inbox in the Mail app;
- privacy settings now have an image;
- new cities in Maps with support for 3D models;
- new junk, trash and archive icons in the Mail app;
- icloud.com email addresses are now available to iCloud users (formerly @ me.com only).
We remind you that only developers with a valid account can download and install iOS 6 beta 3. The firmware is available for download on the official Apple website.