The third beta version for iOS 6, which is the next generation mobile operating system, has been released by Apple. With every new release of the Beta version, the indication for a release of iOS 6 becomes more and more prominent. The iOS 6 is rumored to be launched later this fall along with the much awaited iPhone 5.

The third beta version, arrives as a Build 10A5355d, and comes just 3 weeks after the release of the previous developer version of the Build 10A5338d.

The increase in time for the beta 3 also suggests that the firm is on the corner with the development of iOS 6. It is now in the phase of fixing most of the errors that were being faced by the developers and those who were running iOS 6 Beta 3 illegally on their devices.

The beta 3 can now be downloaded by the developers who are running the beta 2 version on their devices and have registered themselves on Apple’s portal. With the help of an OTA update, beta 3 can be installed on your iPhones and iPads easily. The update for Beta 3 hasn’t still been launched on the developers portal. This means that you are likely to face or witness something that is yet to be discovered. Some users have reported errors while download and install of the latest version, which Apple will get busy in fixing.

iOS 6 Beta 3

iOS 6 Beta 3

The beta 3, similar to the beta 2 will not work on all of the Apple devices and although majority A4 devices are being supported, some of the older devices have been left out.

You can find a collaborative list of the download links for the iOS 6 beta 3 downloads here:

For the Apple iPhone 4S,4 and 3G:

For the iPad 2 and iPad 3 for both wi-fi and 3G models:

iPad Wi-Fi (3rd generation)

iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (model for Verizon)

iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (model for ATT)

iPad 2 Wi-Fi (Rev A)

iPad 2 Wi-Fi

iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (CDMA)

iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (GSM)

For the iPod , 4th generation:

iPod touch (4th generation)