Apple to allow users to help test upcoming iOS releases

Apple to allow users to help test upcoming iOS releases

Apple is reportedly getting ready to allow users with public betas to test its upcoming iOS releases, a report said.

Apple’s iOS 8.3, which introduces support for wireless CarPlay, new emoji, and easier Google logins, is expected to be released in beta form via the firm’s AppleSeed program in mid-March, reported The Verge.

An even more crucial beta is going to follow iOS 9, Apple’s next milestone release, after it releases the software at WWDC this June.

With more people testing every corner of Apple iOS updates, the company is expected to deliver more polished experience for its consumers, the report said.

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