iOS 5 Beta 4: What’s New
With the release of iOS 5 Beta 4 before the weekend, Apple delivered a much improved iOS 5 beta (from a performance perspective) and a few subtle updates and tweaks. For those keeping track, the following list details only what is new in iOS 5 Beta 4.
What’s New In iOS 5 Beta 4
One of the major new updates in Beta 4 is the ability to download firmware updates over-the-air or OTA. Beta 4 enabled this feature and users could update their devices to iOS Beta 4 using WiFi or 3G
A little love arrived for Windows users who now have the ability to use Wi-Fi sync. This features removes the need to sync iTunes content via the dock connector cable
As usual, iMessage Beta 1 users are unable to communicate with iMessage Beta 2 or later users.
iCloud has a new setting to toggle to sync documents and data
Maps has a new popup message stating that turning on Wi-Fi improves location accuracy
In the Notification Center, the next-day Calendar events are italicized and show “Tomorrow”
In Mail, when forwarding a message with attachments included does not attach the file and the message compose screen does not change from â€œLoadingâ€¦.â€
In Personal Hotspot, a bug prevents the iPhone 4 device from joining personal hotspot even if it is on due to a non functional WiFi tethering on these devices.
Graphical error with notifications on the Lock Screen Notification Centre
If you find anything new, let us know!