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Apple releases third public iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4 betas

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These are the same versions that they have in the Apple Developer channel, but adapted so that any curious user can install them.

Apple releases third public iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4 betas
Apple releases third public iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4 betas

This time there are no public tvOS or watchOS betas , but for those who want to try Night Shift, the new touchID verification in Notes or the arrival of the Live Photos in the iMessage OS X application could be a good opportunity.

OS X 10.11.4 gives the possibility to import Evernote content into the application Notes

In OS X 10.11.4 we also have the solution to the error that prevented Safari from opening certain internet addresses, the possibility of importing all the content of Evernote into the Notes application and the ability to work with plain text and RTF files .

If you already have the previous public iOS 9.3 or OS X 10.11.4 betas, all you have to do is upgrade your system as if it were a stable version (via the Mac App Store on Macs or from the iOS settings). If you want to install them for the first time, you need to register with your Apple account on the Apple Beta Software Program website.

And as always, we remind you that even if it is public betas we are talking about experimental versions that should not be used in everyday computers.

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