Date: Wednesday, August 7th, 2013, 06:07
Category: News, Software
The fifth iOS 7 beta is out and the new operating system is coming that much closer to fruition.
Per 9to5Mac, a little over a week after iOS 7 beta 4, Apple has seeded iOS 7 beta 5 to developers via and over-the-air Software Update. The previous beta brought several minor interface and performance tweaks to the operating system and beta 5 will likely continue doing that.
The new beta adds the following fixes and changes:
– All Settings icons redesigned (left is new).
– More Yahoo presence.
– New Twitter icon in share sheet.
– Can now disable Control Center while in apps.
– Major performance improvements across the system.
– Camera swipe access from Lock screen is easier.
– New slide to power off design.
– New in-call icons.
– New option to pull down on a banner.
– Some transparency, blur, UI animation changes across the system.
– Can access icons in a folder during animation.
– Some blurs and effects disabled on iPad mini (likely to improve performance).
– Users can now bring back “on/off” labels on switches. Enable in Accessibility.
iOS 7 is expected to be released this fall as well as feature a significant redesign and new features for the mobile operating system.
If you’ve had a chance to play with the new beta and have any feedback to offer, please let us know in the comments.