Apple has just released iOS 9 beta 3 to registered developers and it is now available for download. The update is available through the dev center and over-the-air for those who are already running iOS 9 on their devices. This is a major beta release for iOS 9 as it brings new features such as the Apple Music as well as the Apple News app to all devices. The update is released two weeks after the release of previous beta and is available for all iOS 9 supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. Beta 3 carries the build number 13A4293f.
With iOS 9 beta 3 developers will now be able to access Apple Music and Beats 1 radio services just like those who are on iOS 8.4. Another major change in this release is the inclusion of the Apple News application that offers news stories from top news sources at one place. All the sources on the Apple News app are approved by Apple.
The new beta also features a revamped two-factor authentication system, 4 x 4 instead of 3×3 icon layout for app folder on iPads, new folders in Photos app for Selfies and screenshots and more.
In addition to all the stuff mentioned above a number of bugs identified in previous betas have also been fixed.
The final version of iOS 9 will be released for public in the fall most probably along with new models of iPhone. A public beta is also expected to get released sometime in July.