That didn't take long. 9to5Mac has already discovered eight changes Apple has made to iOS 7, however it's nothing too notable. Apple released the fifth beta to developers earlier this afternoon. According to 9to5Mac, iOS 7 beta 5 users will notice redesigned icons in the Settings app, a redesigned Twitter icon and a white reboot screen for white devices. The iPhone's mute, keypad and other buttons now feature white circles around the icons, and there is a new bar for grabbing banner notifications. Other changes include the ability to disable Control Center while using apps, and a possible bug that eliminates the Slide to unlock sound on the iPhone.
This is supposedly the final beta release before Apple makes iOS 7 public, so huge changes were were not expected. Apple released iOS beta 4 last week after its developer portal was compromised then fixed. The fourth beta also delivered some much needed interface and performance tweaks, plus a few bug fixes.
Apple is expected to launch iOS 7 alongside the iPhone 5S and possible low-cost iPhone in September.