Apple has released iOS 4.1 Beta 3 to developers Tuesday, according to a report from MacRumors. The release comes but a week after the last seed, roughly a week ahead of the biweekly schedule Apple normally follows for iOS beta seeds. There are not yet any details on what’s different in the beta seed.
Apple releases beta seeds of Mac OS X and iOS to developers so that they can play with and test new features, both for the OS’s sake, and for the sake of their own software. MacRumors suggested that the heightened release schedule for iOS 4.1 betas could signal that Apple is getting closer to releasing the update to the public. iOS is currently at version 4.0.1 for users.