The iOS 8 app store is currently the most popular place for developers to publish iOS apps, with millions of downloads each day.
But while the iOS developer community is busy updating their apps to support the iOS 9.3 update, Apple is working to protect its iOS users from malicious apps that try to hijack their devices.
Apple’s iOS 8.0 beta has been known to crash and stop functioning for some users, including some users of the Mac operating system.
The iOS 7 beta has also been reported to crash, preventing users from accessing some applications and services.
In a recent post on the Apple Developer Forum, Apple explained that while iOS 8 was still the most used operating system for developers, iOS 8 had an update that would prevent apps from being able to install malicious code on devices that were running iOS 8 beta.
Apple has confirmed that the iOS update that will prevent malicious apps from installing malicious code will be released to all devices by mid-May.
The release will also be made available to developers through the App Store, allowing them to update their apps while they wait for Apple to make the update available to all iOS devices.
While the update is expected to be available to users on April 9, some users may not receive the update until the end of May.
iOS 8 will be a major update to iOS and will come with a number of new features, such as better support for third-party keyboards, improved security, and more.
Apple will also make available the new App Store to developers, allowing developers to create apps that use the iOS 10 platform.
Apple is releasing the iOS10 beta to all developers on April 10, so users should expect to see the update arrive to devices as soon as that day.