Apple Released iOS 10.3 Beta 2 for all Devices

Apple launched the beta 6 of iOS 10.3.3 for paid developers and participants of the free Apple-Seed program to the public. It is a maintenance update with no new features, but it must be tested anyway.

If you want to help Apple remove errors from upcoming operating system versions, you can now download the beta 6 from iOS 10.3.3, regardless of whether you are a paid developer or registered as a participant in the Apple Seed program. Until now, the trial versions were initially only accessible to developers.

Maintenance updates and security enhancements instead of new features

The new updates, like the previous generation, will only fix errors and increase security.

Anyone who wants to become a beta tester now has to register with appleseed.apple.com/sp/betaprogram via the blue buttons Join Now and Get Started with the Apple ID and the associated password. Clicking on Accept to accept the user agreement takes you to the last page of the login process.

Already registered testers get the update on iOS 10.3.3 over-the-air about the software update of the logged devices. So far, there is no information about new features or exact bug fixes in the probably last version of iOS 10.

Apple macOS Sierra 10.12.6 Beta 6 on the market

The betas for macOS as well as for iOS appear almost every week and so it is not surprising that Apple now the beta 6 of macOS Sierra 10.12.6 offers to the download, after last week Beta 5 on the market came. First, the version is always for paid developers, while a few days later the public testers are allowed to try the operating systems.

There are no new features of macOS Sierra 10.12.6 available yet. It should be the last version before macOS High Sierra, which is expected for autumn 2017. This operating system is already in beta.

Apple had announced on the occasion of its development event WWDC 2017 iOS 11, macOS 10.13 as well as tvOS 11 and watchOS 4.0 and a look at the new functions granted. The beta program for paid developers started right afterwards. In the meantime, iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra also have public betas.

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