Apple today descended a new update namely iOS 8.4.3, the third beta to iOS 8.4, for a test out purpose by registered developers.
The rollout comes just less than three weeks after Apple released the first iOS 8.4 beta and a month before its annual Worldwide Developer Conference.
The center of attraction in this new update is the new radically redesigned Music app. The Music app’s new design shows pictures of artists in the Artists view and also touts global search functions, gesture controls, and an omnipresent MiniPlayer allowing playback control from anywhere in the interface.
You may witness crashes and abrupt behavior while using the new music app since it is in the beta version.
Apple is expected to unveil the next-generation version of iOS, assumed to be iOS 9, at WWDC scheduled to happen in June. The new iOS will come with revamped Beats Music and iTunes Radio. You can expect a couple of more beta updates to iOS 8.4 in coming days.
The beta, build 12H4098c, is available as an over-the-air download and through the iOS Developer Center. Apple has also released Xcode 6.4 beta 3 to developers.