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Latest Apple Devices

iBeta just added the newest Apple devices to its large mobile inventory: The new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, as well as the new Apple TV 4k are now available for testing projects. Contact us to test your app or responsive website on these or on any other of our over 240...

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The inevitable costs of bad software

When designed poorly any software can pose risks to the public. Things like the loss of personally identifiable information or enlistment into a botnet for a distributed denial of service attack are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. And there is an effective, if...

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Regression testing in a nutshell…

Regression testing is a type of testing that is carried out to make sure that any code modifications to the software product didn’t result in any additional defects (side-effects) in the existing functionality that was working perfectly fine earlier. In other words –...

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Apple’s iOS11, new iPhones, coming this fall!

Apple’s iOS11 is coming, and with it a plethora of new and exciting features - and some new and exciting iPhones and iPads too! Here at iBeta, we work with Apple as part of their developer program to ensure our testers (and in some cases our clients) get a chance to...

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Automation Engagement Flow

Some time ago I wandered the building here at iBeta to speak with some of our Test Engineers, like the folks who work in our Automation, Performance, and Security verticals. This was for the purpose of getting them to write a bit about how they do what they do for the...

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Apple Fills a Hole with Workflow Automation

Today, Techcrunch published Apple has acquired Workflow, a powerful automation tool for iPad and iPhone, inspiring these thoughts about the state of voice controlled automation assistants. Anyone whose spent time with Siri, Alexa, Ok Google, and Cortana knows the tech...

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