Apple releases new iOS 14, tvOS 14, and macOS 11 Big Sur developer betas

It's once again time for new developer betas from Apple. It's only been just over a week since iOS 14 beta 6 was released, but today, the Cupertino firm is releasing the seventh developer betas of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and tvOS 14, and the sixth developer beta of macOS 11 Big Sur. The only thing missing is a new beta for watchOS 7, but the reason it's not included is because a new build was seeded two days ago.

As usual, these builds include fixes, as any major changes have been worked out already. Typically, early September is when Apple would be gearing up for release. There would be an iPhone event coming up in about a week, and we'd get GM seeds right after. We're going to have to wait a bit longer this year, but it's still coming soon.

The fixes listed in the iOS 14 release notes are pretty minor. There's a resolved issue in Mail where your signature will no longer be duplicated, and on iPadOS, there are fixes for location access in the Weather widget. But that's about it. Hoepfully, we'll see a GM seed within a few weeks.

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