updated 11:57 pm EDT, Mon July 29, 2013
Continuing updates reinforce commitment to fall deadlines
In addition to the iOS 7, Apple TV and iTunes 11.1 betas issued earlier today, Apple has also updated the forthcoming Xcode 5, OS X Server and Remote Desktop betas for developers. The Xcode update (Developer Preview 4) fixes a number of crashing bugs and polishes up the interface, with OS X Server update (also at Developer Preview 4) offering much the same in the way of changes. Apple Remote Desktop 3.7 was also updated, but with no reported changes apart from a lack of any known major issues.
AppleInsider reports that the new Xcode 5 preview fixes bugs and adds refinements to Simulator, Instruments, Xcode Server and Interface Builder. There are still bugs to be addressed, but progress continues with an expected launch around the time of the release of OS X 10.9 Mavericks and iOS 7.
All of the betas are available from Apple's newly-restored Developer Center, which was shut down for a week following a hacker attack that exposed some potential vulnerabilities. The company is expected to get back onto its normal two-week cycle as quickly as possible, meaning further betas could be out as soon as next week.