iOS 9 beta 3 is up, here's what's new
After the official sneak peek of iOS 9 that Apple gave us last month, the developer preview of the upcoming version of the platform got quickly seeded to developers. It was the first, yet totally not the only developer preview that had been slated for this summer.
What's new in iOS 9 beta 3
Apart from Apple News, iOS 9 beta 3 also comes with improved Photos app - it now has dedicated folders for your screenshots and selfies, which can potentially reduce the clutter in the gallery by a fair margin. In addition, it also marks the apogee of the venerable "selfie".
The new beta preview also introduces several new icons in the built-in Mail app, as well as a revamped Calendar icon that will pop up if you search for said app in Spotlight Search. On the iPad, the icon layout in folders now supports 4 x 4-icon layouts, up from 3 x 3 ones.
Apple Music has also scored the ability to stream high-quality music over cellular data, which is currently available only on a Wi-Fi connection. Speaking of music and sounds, it seems that Siri will no longer make that iconic sound alert when you start it in silent mode, which is a pretty nifty change. This won't be the last beta of iOS 9 - Apple will release a public one sometime in July.