The fourth beta of iOS 10.1 has bee released to both iOS developers and public beta testers. Apple’s upcoming iOS 10.1 has not hit the fourth beta release. Hit the jump to learn more about iOS 10.1 beta 4, what’s new and when it’s going to be released to the general public.
The official release note of iOS 10.1 beta release reveal that this upcoming software update will fix motion handling, and the barometric pressure data will be accessible to the developers on iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, and the iPad Pro.
iPhone 7 Plus will also get the Portrait Mode that company announced during the iPhone 7 unveiling event. Portrait Mode on iPhone 7 Plus gives users a shallow depth-of-field shot similar to the DSLR cameras. Users will be able to focus the main image while the background will become blurry.
If you are already running a beta version of iOS 10.1, you can easily install the iOS 10.1 beta 4 through OTA update feature of iOS. Your can do that by going in Settings >General > Software Update. You can also get the latest iOS 10.1 beta from Apple’s developer site that required a paid enrollment into the program.
We will update this post as we see anything new in the fourth beta of iOS 10.1 software update. This latest beta release is also available to the Public beta testers as well. The first beta of iOS 10.1 was released on September 21 and we are likely to see a couple more beta releases before Apple finally pushes the iOS 10.1 software update to the masses.