Apple has today released the fourth iteration of their iOS 8 beta, now available to developers, the update brings a number of new features to the platform.

Coming two weeks after the release of Beta 3, Beta 4 comes with the build number 12A4331d and is now available to download over the air, or directly from Apple’s developer centre website, as long as you are a developer anyway.

One of the biggest changes in the update is the addition of a new Tips application that shows the user new iOS 8 tips every day.

The update also comes with a new redesigned Control Center, and a number of new settings changes that allow the user to personalise their experience.

Apple are set to release the update to the public this fall, however as of yet we have no specific release date for the update, although we presume it will be released alongside the iPhone 6, sometime in September 2014.

When we get more official details we will let you know.

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