Apple Seeds New iTunes 10.5 and iWork for iOS Betas to Developers

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Apple today seeded new builds of iTunes 10.5 and iWork for iOS to developers, continuing to push forward on work toward a full launch of the company's iCloud services. The releases include iTunes 10.5 beta 8 and iWork for iOS beta 3.

The new iTunes 10.5 build supersedes beta 7, which was released alongside iOS 5 beta 7 on August 31st, while the new iWork for iOS version is an update over the beta 2 version released on August 19th.

Both releases are being targeted to support Apple's iCloud services, which have been announced for release this fall. iCloud is widely expected to launch alongside iOS 5 and new iPhone and iPod hardware by the middle of next month.

Top Rated Comments

mms13 Avatar
124 months ago
New in iOS 5 beta 8:

- hide/unhide native apps
- 4 new wallpapers
- copy/paste lyrics in Music app
- option to disable Spotlight Search; most likely in exchange for an upcoming new feature
- Newsstand 'Store' icon is live. Tapping on it takes you to iTunes Store then errors out
- Brightness is easily adjustable to 25%, 50% and 75% thanks to markings
- Photo Stream photos are finally deletable
- Select all / delete all option in Mail app
- Basic rules/filters in Mail app
- Send to groups in Mail app
- Set any song in Music app as Alarm Clock sound
- Block specific or non-Contacts or all incoming calls
- Password-protect any native app

Screenshots coming soon.

I know this is fake but...I mean...some really good ideas in there.
Like after reading this I'm suddenly dissappointed in iOS5
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
unobtainium Avatar
124 months ago
Got to love the way some developers stick to their NDAs! Of course I realize this was an official press release:rolleyes:
I'm so tired of reading this comment in every post about betas.

You are on a website called macrumors.com that deals with rumors, leaks and pre-release info. I honestly cannot even comprehend why people come here to post comments like this, it's ridiculous.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Cloudsurfer Avatar
124 months ago
Come on Apple, ANNOUNCE!!!
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nutmac Avatar
124 months ago
I would like to see iTunes get back to music only. If you think about it iTunes, which was for music now runs all the iPhone and iPad apps. It's too much clutter.

I agree. Now defunct iSync would've been a good vehicle for managing mobile devices.

Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Goldfrapp Avatar
124 months ago
You might want to obscure your name and phone number on that screenshot.
and serial #.
Good GOD Dude...you're gonna have the whole world calling you now!
Way to re-post his link. :rolleyes:
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TallGuy1970 Avatar
124 months ago
I am convinced that the reason Apple is taking so much time and being so careful with next iPhone/iOS update is they don't want a repeat of MobileMe, even if it means delaying the launch!
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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