A new report claims that Apple could seed iOS 8 beta 4 to developers on Monday, July 28th, three weeks after releasing iOS beta 3 to the public. However, there is a possibility that the release date for the fourth beta gets pushed forward by one week to Monday, July 21st.
AppAdvice claims that it has confirmed the date with its Apple source, but the blog could be simply taking advantage of a rather predictable release cycle. After all, iOS 7 beta 4 and iOS 6 beta 4 were both released exactly three weeks following the third betas of each version respectively.
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Thinky Bits provides an iOS version history chart that shows the number of days between each beta release, with two to three weeks often being the average cycle. The first iOS 8 beta was supplanted by iOS 8 beta 2 after 15 days, followed by the third beta nearly three weeks later.
Apple is expected to release iOS 8 to the public in September for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. The software update will likely come pre-installed on the oft-rumored iPhone 6.
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There are typically between six to seven beta releases for developers to test before the software is released to the public.