iOS users might have expected a lot with the release of iOS 6 along with the latest version of Apple’s most successful iOS device, iPhone 5. It could have been fine if Apple did not replace Google maps application with their own. Many loyal members of Apple iOS community could not accept it since Apple’s maps application wasn’t a smooth ride for them even though iOS 6 had been downloaded in huge numbers. iOS 6.0.1 and beta versions of iOS 6.1 were started rolling out to improve the maps application. A few days before, Google maps application came back to Apple app store with iOS 6 support. Anyway it might make a lot of iOS users happy, but Apple does not stop seeding beta versions of iOS 6.1. iOS 6.1 Beta 4 just came to the developer ground for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch along with a preview of Xcode 4.6 and a beta version for new Apple TV.
As you all might know iOS beta versions are mainly for developers to test their apps before the original firmware version comes out for the users. Apple’s developer account does not cost much, just $99/year. But many websites make the beta versions of iOS available for download soon after the release. We recommend you to download iOS beta versions only if you have a developer account, that means by legitimate methods, because not just beta releases, you can experience all the other iOS devlopping tools for just $99. Use the following link to register for Apple developer account and benefit the iOS 6.1 Beta 4 and other downloads.
Stay with us tuned, we will soon update How to jailbreak iOS 6.1 Beta 4 tethered using redsn0w. If you are not a developer of Apple iOS apps, it’s better to stay away from iOS beta versions and its jailbreaks since in some beta versions, even if it is a tethered or untethered jailbreak, you will not get Cydia installed on your device. So wait for the original iOS 6.1, most probably Apple will seed it on the first week of January 2013.