Apple Pushes WatchOS 3.2 Beta to Developers
Apple today made a new beta version of watchOS available to developers. WatchOS 3.2 beta 1 includes two core additions to the platform: theater mode and SiriKit. With theater mode, Apple Watch owners will be able to disable sound and raise-to-wake functions while retaining haptic vibrations for notifications. SiriKit, available to iOS since last year, will allow third-party app developers to add Siri features to their own watchOS apps, expanding what Watch owners will be able to do via voice commands. Apple often makes public betas available shortly after releasing developer betas. Developers can download and install watchOS 3.2 beta 1 via Apple's developer console.
Apple Makes New iOS and WatchOS Betas Available to Devs
Apple today made available a handful of new beta builds of its core operating systems. The new releases include iOS 10.3 beta 2, watchOS 3.2 beta 2, tvOS 10.2 beta 2, and Xcode 8.3 beta 2.
Apple Pushes Out New iOS, WatchOS, tvOS Betas
Apple today made several new beta operating system available to developers. First up is iOS 9.3 beta 3.
Apple Drops Beta 4 of iOS 10.2, watchOS 3.1.1
Apple today released a handful of new beta versions of its core operating systems. These betas are specifically for developers, rather than public beta 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.