Apple is expected to make iOS 7 beta 7 available to registered developers today, just days after it released iOS 7 beta 6. This is expected to be the final beta before Apple seeds the Gold Master release early next month.
“We are told by our trusted sources that Apple has once again seeded a new build of iOS 7 to partners, and that it should be released to developers later today,” writes Jonathan Geller of Boy Genius Report, who expects the release to come around 1 p.m. EDT, like previous betas.
BGR previously reported that beta 6 would come this week, and that it would be the last ahead of a Gold Master release on September 5. However, last Thursday’s release contained “an emergency bug patch” for iTunes in the Cloud that had to be rolled out early.
Beta 7 isn’t expected to contain any major changes; it’s likely to bring performances improvements and bug fixes instead. Provided there are no major issues with it, next month’s Gold Master release will be the one that’s rolled out to the public following Apple’s rumored iPhone event on September 10.