Apple has started seeding iOS 10 beta 4 for developers. The company had released iOS 10 beta 3 for developers last month. Apple had announced iOS 10 at its WWDC in June.
The latest version has new emojis aimed at promoting gender equality including new female athletes and professionals. There are now beautiful redesigns of popular emoji, a new rainbow flag and more family options. Next up, this version gets an intro screen when opening Control Center for the first time that instructs people to swipe left to access the different Control Center cards. Also, beta 4 removes haptic feedback while locking iPhone. Several other small tweaks have also been made.
The iOS 10 beta 4 update is available as an over-the-air download to those who installed the first three betas. It is available for direct download through the Apple Developer Center. For non-developers, Apple is currently testing iOS 10 through the public beta program which usually receives updates a couple of days after developers.