Although iOS 8.2 has not been released to the public, Apple released the first beta build of iOS 8.3 to developers on Monday.
The fifth beta of iOS 8.2, due for release to the public sometime in March, before the April launch of the Apple Watch, was released last week.
Apple hasn’t disclosed what new features or fixes iOS 8.3 brings to the table, but MacTrast will report what the new build contains as soon as we find out anything.
The company also released a Xcode 6.3 beta, which includes Swift 1.2.
The download is available to registered developers via download from the iOS Developer Center.
UPDATE – A number of users report that the first beta build of iOS 8.3 includes a new wireless CarPlay feature for the iPhone. Users can now wirelessly connect their iPhone to their CarPlay compatible car’s infotainment system to bring an iOS-like experience the dashboard. Previously, users were required to connect the iPhone via a Lightning cable.
There is also new support for Google two-step verification when logging into and adding Google accounts on iOS.
Also included is a new emoji picker, much like the one found in OS X 10.10.3, which was released to developers last week.