Apple releases iOS 6 Beta 3 to Developers

Apple today released the third beta of iOS 6, the company’s next-generation mobile operating system set to launch “this fall”, presumably alongside new iPhone hardware in the September/October timeframe.
The third beta, which arrives as Build 10A5355d, comes three weeks after the previous developer version of Build 10A5338d.

We’ll update this post with additional information on the new release as it surfaces.

Obviously full information of features included or added is still being noted, but one key addition observed so far is a new section in the Settings app for Maps, allowing users to change the volume of the navigation voice, set distances to display in miles or kilometers, set map labels to display either in the local language or always in English, and set map label sizes to either “normal” or “large”.

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