So, Apple just dropped the hatchet on an iOS beta update. The trusty ole iOS 4.3 is now sitting at beta 3.

So, what’s new? Not all that much. If you know how betas work, this shouldn’t surprise you much. Beta releases should be feature frozen, and developers should be looking to pick apart bugs and submit them to Apple. That being said, Apple doesn’t always play by the rules either.

We haven’t found much new yet in beta 3, and we don’t really think we will.

If you’ve found something exciting, let us know in the comments.

If you want access to the iOS beta, you’ll have to register a developer account with Apple, or at the very least befriend someone who has a developer account.

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