Apple released its third beta build of its iOS 7 mobile operating system — including calendar and animation changes -- to developers on Monday.
The tech giant, which plans a Fall release for the new OS, already showed off some new features at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June. But more details about the additions have been leaking out since the first early build went to developers last month. Here are some of features we can expect:
Mail: Mail has a cleaner look, as Mashable noted, with flatter icons and fewer buttons. Cult of Mac also noted that the early builds of iOS 7 have included some management options such as the ability to mark all messages as read and the addition of some automatic smart mailboxes. Developers using the system right now can, for example, filter “e-mail with attachments” or “flagged e-mail” into separate inboxes.
Camera : Apple has reportedly added built-in camera filters, a la Instagram, to its camera, Mashable reports. The report said the app also enables the user to take square photos in addition to the panorama mode added in iOS 6.