Apple seeded the latest build of iOS 6 to developers on Monday and it is now available to registered developers who previously had iOS 6 beta 3 installed. It’s unclear at the moment what the update includes — new features are usually spilled out after developers have had a few hours digging through the operating system — but it will also include bug fixes as usual.
The update was pushed just three weeks after iOS 6 beta 3 was launched, and we’re guessing Apple is moving as quickly as possible to make sure the mobile OS is up to snuff ahead of the iPhone 5’s September 12th announcement date. We’d appreciate any feedback from developers who notice new changes in iOS 6 beta 4 in the comments. We’ll keep you updated with any changes that are passed our way.