Apple seeds new beta versions for upcoming iOS 10.3.3, watchOS 3.2.3 and macOS. Surely next big things are iOS 11, watchOS 4 and a new macOS, they are just in the corner. Apple constantly improves all the operating systems. You should update your devices to the latest version.
Apple releases iOS 10.3.3 beta
After releasing the iOS 10.3.2 final version now Apple has seeded iOS 10.3.3 beta 1 to developers for testing. The versions build number is 14G5028a. I just installed it on my iPhone 7 Plus, i didn’t notice anything new on this version. According to Apple, The new beta of iOS 10.3.3 firmware contains bug fixes and other improvements. So if you concern about the security of your device, then you should update to iOS 10.3.3 beta. As it’s a developer version, so you need to register your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Program and it will let you install any beta version on your iDevice. We have also started iOS 11 beta udid registration, if you are interested then you can enroll your iDevices here for only $15. Click here to register your iPhone / iPad to Apple Developer Program for a year and install all iOS beta versions including upcoming all iOS 11 beta’s.
WatchOS 3.2.3 beta is out now
Apple has also released watchOS 3.2.3 beta 1 to developers for testing. The build number is 14V5726a. The update for Apple Watch also contains bug fixes and other improvements. If you have updated to iOS 10.3.3 then you can also install the watchOS 3.2.3 on your Apple Watch. Follow this guideline on installing watchOS beta >
New macOS 10.13.6 beta release
Apple has released the macOS Sierra 10.12.6 beta 1 to developers for testing. The build number is 16G8c. You can register your mac udid to Apple Developer Account also now though our UDID registration page.
The macOS Sierra 10.12.6 update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac.
You can install this update using the MacOS Sierra Developer Beta Access Utility:
• If you have already installed the new “MacOS Sierra Developer Beta Access Utility”, choose “Software Update” from the Apple menu. Otherwise, proceed with the following steps.
• Log into your Apple Developer account and download the “MacOS Sierra Developer Beta Access Utility”.
• After running the installer, the Mac App Store will open automatically. Click the Updates panel and the latest version of macOS developer beta will be available for download.
• When a newer seed build is available, you will receive a notification to update from the Mac App Store. Click the notification to begin the installation. New release notes will be posted in Downloads on the Apple Developer Program website.
• To stop receiving new developer beta builds, go to the App Store in System Preferences and where it says “Your computer is set to receive beta software updates”, click the “Change…” button. Then click the Do Not Show Beta Software Updates button in the dialog box.
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