Apple on Friday seeded the seventh beta of iOS 10 to developers.
Registered developers running the latest betas can access the update via the OTA mechanism in iOS, or as a standalone download via Apple’s developer center.
This release for Apple’s mobile operating system, which will work on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch lineup, brings a whole host of new additions, from changes to the lock screen, to major tweaks to the way 3D Touch works, and even more sweeping changes to Messages.
Since the first beta arrived, it’s been discovered that there’s a Dark Mode embedded in the software, but its not as far-reaching as some might like. Here are a few other new additions to iOS 10 that have been discovered since the first beta was seeded.
With the release of the seventh developer beta, Apple has also streamlined its release of the public beta, which also saw the release of the sixth public beta to public beta testers. This public beta matches the developer beta release in features.