Apple rolled out the fourth version of the iOS 8, which includes some minor changes in the design, to developers Monday.
The new update is now available via software update in Settings for those running earlier betas of iOS 8 on the iPhone, iPad and iTouch. The latest version of the beta software is released just 14 days after the beta 3 was unveiled earlier this month.
According to iDownload blog, one of the most visible new features is a first-party app- “Tips” that was first announced at WWDC but was not included in any of the earlier versions. Other features include- a redesigned control center and new menus in Settings, including separate panels for wallpaper and display and brightness.
The new Tip app gives users tips and tricks for using iOS 8’s features. Apple will add new tips every week. Tips provides a tutorial on dictating text messages or how to get the most out of Siri.
New items and changes have also appeared in the menu, such as, under Settings, Messages offering additional storage options that give better control over messages. HomeKit now includes a Home Data icon, there’s a new option to toggle on/off Suggested Apps, as well as Recent and Favorites for Contacts.
Apple is pushing out the update to Apple developers today via the over-the-air update mechanism built into iOS and via the iOS Dev Center.
Apple is expected to roll out the full version of iOS 8 publicly this fall when it releases the next iPhone.
Via : Slashgear