Apple seeded beta 4 of iOS 8 earlier today to registered developers of its iOS developer program. Apple unveiled iOS 8 last month with a number of new features like Handoff, custom keyboards, widgets, interactive notifications etc. Here’s what’s new in iOS 8 beta 4.
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Bug Reporter: Apple shipped iOS 8 betas with a new Bug Reporter app that let developers easily file bug reports they’ve encountered while using the OS. The app has been removed in beta 4. Here’s what Apple says: “We’ve received wonderful feedback on previous betas via the Bug Reporter app. Thank you! However, this app has been removed in beta 4.”
New Settings Menu: iOS 8 beta 4 adds a new Display and Brightness Settings menu that lets you control brightness, text size and enable or disable auto-brightness and bold text.
HomeKit: There’s a new HomeKit icon for data privacy
Control Center: Control Center features a completely new look in iOS 8 beta 4.
Messages: Beta 4 adds new options for Messages history.