Apple has delayed the launch of iOS 7 Beta 4 Download update to developers this week, and puts its every resources on the revamped version of Developer Center. It is now reported that Apple is gearing up for the iOS 7 Beta 4 Download roll out to developers. One of our new source has claimed that Apple will release the iOS 7 Beta 4 update via OTA update this week, and will delay the proper launch for later. We are hearing this from the source who has reported us in the back about the launch of iOS 7 Beta 2, and 3.
According to the source, the developers at Apple is still working on the Developer Center development and it is going to take minimum a week before the proper roll out of each and every service. Therefore, Apple will be rolling out the iOS 7 Beta 4 OTA update without delaying anything in this week to developers.
It has been already reported that Apple is struggling with Developer Center Security, and the back-end server system to make it more secure for the developers in the future. The outage goes mainstream when a security researched used iAd-platform to gain access over the developer’s sensitive data last week. The security breach has already forced Apple to take down the developer center immediately last week on Thursday. However, as we know things are now getting back on track at Apple for developers. Apple will be rolling out the iOS 7 Beta 4 Download via OTA update to devices that are already running latest iOS 7 beta.
We are not confirm that when Apple will actually push the iOS 7 Beta 4 Download OTA update to developers, but our sketchy source has claimed that OTA update will be roll out this weekend.
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