Yesterday Apple released iOS 14.6 beta 3 to developers and public beta testers, and although there aren’t a ton of new features, there are several interesting points of note surrounding this release. Watch our hands-on video walkthrough for a rundown of what’s new in iOS 14.6 beta 3, and be sure to subscribe to 9to5mac on YouTube for more hands-on videos.
The third iOS 14.6 developer beta features build number 18F5065a and Apple has provided release notes specifically pertaining to beta 3. In the release details, Apple notes that it has fixed an issue relating to startup where an iPhone may experience reduced performance.
The release notes also go on to include general iOS 14.6 information, including the new feature for staying on the beta train after updating to an iOS release candidate. As I outlined in our in-depth iOS 14.5 overview video, users that have updated to an iOS release candidate will have the ability to move on to the next beta release without having to reinstall a beta profile. This new feature is found at the bottom of Settings → General → Software Update, under a heading entitled “Also Available”.