Apple has just seeded the third beta of iOS 5 to registered to developers. Beta 3 of iTunes 10.5 is also available and will be required to sync with iOS 5 beta 3 devices. This new iOS 5 beta is compatible with the iPad, iPad 2, iPhone 4 (GSM/CDMA), iPod touch 3/4, and the Apple TV. Xcode 4.2 Preview 3 is also available for developers. Additionally, Xcode 4.1 has gone Golden Master and should be released soon.
As always we have already started downloading the new firmware, and once completed, we will proceed with installing the new firmware on our devices to test its stability, battery life, and especially small to enter all the news that we will see in the third beta of iPhone OS 5.
If you can’t resist getting iOS 5 Beta 3 right now, you can always do it legally. Apple Developer registrations are available for anyone, even non-developers, for as little as $99 per year. A developer account gives registered users access to pre-release iOS versions and several gigabytes worth of developer tools and technical documentation. While meant for developers, a developer registration is a must-have for most hardcore Apple enthusiasts. You’ll have access to the goodies immediately after your purchase a subscription from Apple’s Developer website.