iOS 8 is certain to grace our iPhones, iPads and iPod touches this fall, and the new operating system is just around the corner from the looks of it. Thanks to Apple’s extensive beta testing period, all the bugs in the upcoming software are being ironed out (hypothetically, at least), while some others merit the incremental releases that we see in the form of decimal point updates.
If you happen to be a European iPhone user then it looks like you'll have some additional power to look forward to when it comes to using your device on a foreign network when travelling. The fourth beta of iOS 8, which was circulated to registered developers on Monday, contains a new "EU Internet" option that is accessible directly through the native Settings app, allowing those travelling in the European Union to have greater control over when the device can, and can't connect to potentially chargeable Web services.
With every new beta release of iOS 8, Apple slips in a few surprises here and there, which improves the overall functionality of the mobile OS. And iOS 8 beta 4 is no different, and features a bunch of noticeable changes. Jump past the break to see what’s new!
Apple has just rolled out download links for iOS 8 Beta firmware, and as well as adding one or two new features, there’s the customary dose of bug fixes and general performance enhancements. Details, as ever, can be found after the break!