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We're getting into the dog days of summer, so that must mean an iOS update must be around the corner right? Well, in Developer Land, Apple is moving full steam ahead by releasing iOS SDK 4.1 Beta 3!
For those playing the home game, it's only been less than a week since the previous beta that was released.
Whilst some of the features are still being tested out as of this evening, one portion of the release being bandied about is that the release is pulling support for GameCenter for the iPhone 3G and second gen iPod touch, according to MacNN.
Other tidbits are that the build also fixes the proximity sensor, adds remote control of Bluetooth audio, and parental controls over both Game Center and FaceTime.
If you're a registered iOS developer, you can get a copy of the new beta build here.
Noticed anything else in the new build? Feel free to leave some comments below to share with other readers!
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