Aug 16

Apple has just released the sixth beta version of iOS 7 to developers and is available as an over-the-air update and via Apple’s Developer Center to existing beta testers. According to the latest rumors Beta 6 should be released next week, however, as Apple noted in the Developer Center, this is just a small patch to fix a bug. The release fixes anissue with iTunes in the Cloud, where some purchases may download or play unexpected items.” It is still possible that a new beta “Beta 7” will be released next week. » Apple Seeds iOS 7 Beta 6 To Developers To Fixes Bug

Aug 24

jailbreak iOS 5 Beta 6 Redsn0w
The Dev Team has released a new version of Redsn0w that is able to jailbreak iOS 5 Beta 6. Unfortunately it is an tethered jailbreak, which means you need to connect your iPhone to your PC everytime you want to turn on your iPhone. All download links can be found on the Official Dev Team blog, and iOS 5 Beta 6 is only available for Developers. Also there is not boot logo when you jailbreak your device. » Dev Team Released RedSn0w Tethered Jailbreak For iOS 5 beta 6!

Aug 20

Just a quick heads up that Apple dropped iOS 5 Beta 6 for Developers, and can be downloaded in the Dev Center and is 144mb. Also iTunes 10.5 beta 6 can be downloaded from the Dev Center, which you need to update your iDevice with the 6th Beta version of iOS 5. A lot of bugs has been fixed in the agenda, iCloud and iTunes sync over Wi-Fi and Safari. The full changlog of iOS 5 Beta 6 can be found at 9to5mac.

May 28

We already mentioned that beta6 was released to the enterprise customers. Well today Apple has released the SDK version 6 to everybody.

It appears the the SDK beta 6 can only be installed on Mac Os 10.5.3, that coincidently also got released today.

As for now there aren’t any new features discovered except for the geo-tagging but that’s something we already posted some time ago.