Apple’s mobile platform gets its first significant visual overhaul ever in iOS 7, and now the first beta version of the updated software is available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch lines of mobile devices. As has been the case in previous years, iOS 7 is currently available as a beta only for developers — well, developers and the thousands of non-developer Apple fans who pay $99 per year for early access to Apple’s mobile software — and it can be downloaded through Apple’s developer portal. The new iOS 7 software is compatible only with the last few models of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, though the iPad builds don’t seem to be working yet, and this will be the first of many betas to be released in the coming months leading up to iOS 7′s public release this fall. A link to Apple’s iOS 7 beta download page can be found in the source section below.
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