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Apple Launches New Betas Before WWDC 2016

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The new beta versions of iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, tvOS 9.2.2 and watchOS 2.2.2 are now available to developers who are registered with Apple’s testing program , so you can download and install it on your devices for testing purposes. As with all pre-release betas, Apple warns that the software should not be installed on those devices that we use on a regular basis.

Apple Launches New Betas Before WWDC 2016
Apple Launches New Betas Before WWDC 2016

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Details about the changes that exist in these latest versions that have been released just a few hours ago are still unknown , so we can’t give too many details about it. We have to remember that the first betas of these new versions were released only two weeks ago, so the company is keeping up the pace.

In the case of iOS which, as already mentioned, reaches the second beta of iOS 9.3.3 and can be downloaded from Apple’s own developer program or updated from the device itself via OTA (Over The Air). The version number in this case is 13G21, although no further details on possible improvements are known.

As for OS X, it is also the second beta of version 10.11.6 . This new batch has come to fix some minor bugs that had been detected, since the last time we could enjoy some important changes was in OS X 10.11.4 where the passwords for the “notes” tool were included. In this case, the build of this version of El Capitan is 15G12a.

watchOS 2.2.2 also reaches the second beta , with version number 13V601, correcting some minor issues. This time it is worth mentioning that if you are thinking of upgrading, you will need to be a developer and have the second beta of iOS 9.3.3 on your iPhone . you will need to be a developer as well as having the second beta of iOS 9.3.3.

Last but not least in view of Apple’s plans, we have the latest beta version of tvOS 9.2.2 coming with version number 13Y816 . As with the other device betas, you must subscribe to the Apple developer program in order to download and install the update.

As we have said, these new updates do not seem to bring too many new features, so will have to wait for the keynote of the company’s inaugural developer conference, WWDC 2016 , which will take place on Monday 13 June from 19:00 peninsular time. Of course, from iPadizate we will be informing you live of all the news that will be presented.