Cupertino tech giant, Apple is planning to release the beta version of iOS 8.3 and iOS 9 this year to public. According to the recent news, Apple will be releasing it beta version of iOS 8.3 in the March and iOS 9 beta in the summer at its June World Wide Developer Conference, ahead of a fall release with the next iPhone. Apple's iOS 8.3 beta version, which is codenamed as Stowe, will be released through its AppleSeed program in mid-March to the public.
During this program, Apple is also planning to release, the third beta version of iOS 8.3 to developers around the same time. The updated software includes support for Wireless CarPlay, an upgraded Emoji keyboard, an enhanced voice for Siri, and simpler login for Google services. The second 8.3 beta is expected next week for the developers.
Meanwhile, Cupertino giant is also working on the iOS 8.4, codenamed as Copper, which has Apple's all new streaming music service. On the other hand, iOS 9, codenamed Monarch, will include fixes and performance enhancements as headline features
Last year, Apple released the new Mac OS as a beta version to the first one million people who registered with interest, ahead of OS X Yosemite launch. According to the 9to5mac report, the company will provide these users with early looks at OS X updates such as the upcoming 10.10.3 with the new iCloud-based Photos application. In order to maintain exclusivity, the public beta program for iOS will apparently be limited to 100,000 people.
These beta programs is launched, because, to reach the reliability, along with tested OS during the consumer launch. Moreover, this will also reduce the demand for unauthorized sales of beta downloads from developer accounts.