Apple Releases iOS 15.5 Beta 3 And iPadOS 15.5 Beta 3 To Developers

Apple has today released iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 beta 3 to developers. The update arrives just a week after the third beta was made available to the same group of people and less than a week after it was released to those on the public beta program.

If everything goes according to plan we can expect Apple to release the third beta updates to those on the public beta program within the next day or two, although that could change if issues are discovered.

Developers with the correct development beta profile installed on their iPhone and iPad can now download the latest beta release over the air, while the IPSW files can also be downloaded manually.

In terms of what’s changed, it’s early days and we don’t know for sure if anything new has been added in this third beta. Previous betas suggested the arrival of Apple Classical, a new app specifically designed for streaming classical music.

Changes to Apple Pay Cash and more are also thought to be in the works. Changes to App Store requirements for reader apps are also being implemented that would allow them to link to external websites to allow people to create accounts without going via the App Store.

Apple is likely to make the iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 updates available to the public within the next few weeks — just before it announces what we can expect from iOS 16 and iPadOS 16. We’ll get to see those during the WWDC opening keynote on June 6, with the releases coming in or around September.

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