Wondering what’s new on iOS 6 beta 3? You’ve come to the right place! As Apple rolls out betas of their upcoming release of iOS, iOS 6, they make minor changes here and there for the best. Sometimes subtle, sometimes larger.
Luckily for you, 9to5Mac has put together a list of things different on the latest beta (beta 3) for us. One thing Apple is still tweaking is it’s own new maps service. There is now a Maps section in the settings to control unit labels (miles or kilometers), label sizes, and label language.
You can also now control the volume of turn-by-turn navigation. Below you can see a screenshot of how Apple Maps has been changing for the best from beta 1 to beta 3.
Safari now has glyphs for bookmarks, reading list, and history instead of worded labels. There is also now a reading list sync icon on the Safari menu bar on the iPad. Lastly, users can now have iCloud email addresses (@icloud.com), not only MobileMe addresses (@me.com). This change was first noted by MacRumors, and has created some confusion about whether users will lose their @me.com email addresses.
As far as an untethered jailbreak, we still haven’t heard from iPhone Dev Team. I’m guessing it’s in the works and should be released before iOS 6 GM is out. What do you think of the changes/new features so far?