Apple Kicks Out iOS 9.3 Beta 7
Apple today released iOS 9.3 Beta 7 for both developers and public testers. iOS 9.3's major features include Night Shift to help with sleep issues and multi-user login for education accounts. Several apps are slated for new functionality, too, such as Apple News, which gains landscape view on the iPhone as well as faster updates and personalized recommendations. The Apple Health app gains a new activity view, and Apple Notes adds password protection for individual entries. Apple has been testing iOS 9.3 along with betas for watchOS 2.2, tvOS 9.2, and Mac OS X 10.11.4. Apple has an event scheduled for March 21, which means today's iOS 9.3 beta is likely to be the last ahead of iOS 9.3's general release. Apple didn't call out specific updates to the latest beta. It can be downloaded over the air for registered developers and public testers.
Apple Releases New iOS, WatchOS Betas
Apple today made a handful of beta operating systems available to developers. To start, the company releases iOS 10.1, which follows last week's public distribution of iOS 10.
Apple Pushes Out New iOS, WatchOS, tvOS Betas
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iOS 11 Beta 5 for Developers Now Available
Apple today seeded the fifth beta of iOS 11 to application developers. This beta is not yet available to public beta testers, though Apple typically releases new public betas shortly after it updates the developer code.
Apple Pushes New iOS 11 Beta to Developers
Apple today seeded the third beta of iOS 11 to application developers. This beta is not yet available to public beta testers, though Apple typically releases new public betas shortly after it updates the developer code.