A new report published by BGR claims that Apple is going to begin rolling out the iOS 8.2 version to users as early as Monday and could then release the iOS 8.3 update soon after.
BGR is claiming that Apple plans to release as many as four beta versions of iOS 8.3 to developers before it goes live for the general public. The update is expected to be the most important iOS 8 update so far and will bring a number of new features and improvements to iOS 8. The most significant new feature will of course be the addition of support for the Apple Watch. As most of you may know, the Apple Watch is expected to go on sale by early April in most major markets. Going by the Apple Watch release date, we expect that the iOS 8.3 update could be released to the public by the end of March or the first week of April.
Apple is also expected to open its public-beta program by the middle of March, allowing general users to beta test iOS updates before the final version of the update goes live. This is the first time that Apple is opening up its iOS beta program to non-developers.