Download and install: iOS 10.3 Beta 7 And macOS 10.12.4 Beta 7 Out Now

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Apple just released the iOS 10.3 beta 7 right now and macOS Sierra beta 7 to developers. If you want to install the iOS 10.3 or macOS Sierra 10.12.3 beta 7 then register your iDevice to Apple Developer Account only for $15 here > and then install them right away.



Today’s release comes only a few days after Apple seeded beta 6 seed of both iOS 10.3 and macOS 10.12.4 to developers. Honestly, I didn’t expect to see a beta 7 of iOS 10.3. I thought the next will be the final release. But it seems that Apple is working on the iOS 10.3 very hard. It’s the third and last major update of iOS 10. Then the next will be iOS 11 beta’s on June 5th, 2017. If you don’t know how to install iOS beta versions then follow this guideline here > 

The release of beta 7 this close to beta 6 can only mean one thing, and that is that final production versions of both iOS 10.3 and macOS 10.12.4 are very close to general consumer release.While it’s currently unknown as to what exactly has changed in today’s release compared to the release from a few days ago, given a minor change in build numbers, it’s likely that today’s seeds patch critical last minute bug before the software hits the final consumer release channels. iOS 10.3 is super fast and battery efficient.

Basically, of iOS 10.3 features updated Find My iPhone app with ability to find lost AirPods, ability to ask Siri for Cricket scores, Sirikit, HomeKit and CarPlay enhancements, new Apple File System (APFS), and more. macOS 10.12.4 on the other hand feature Night Shift mode among other minor changes.

iOS 10.3 beta 7 OTA update can be installed by navigating to Settings > General > Software Update on the device itself with a previous version of iOS 10.3 beta installed. macOS 10.12.4 beta 7 OTA update can similarly be grabbed by navigating to Updates tab on the Mac App Store. If you don’t have a previous version of iOS 10.3 or macOS 10.12.4 beta installed, you will need to get started by registering your iDevice to Apple Developer Program here >

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