Just a couple of days after dropping the second beta of iOS 10 macOS Sierra, Apple is throwing open the public beta testing program for the OSs’. The public beta test program for both operating systems will go live from later today, and you can be a part of it by signing up for Apple’s beta software program.
The final version of iOS 10 is expected to release in September alongside the new iPhones, with the final release the macOS 10.12 Sierra also expected to be released sometime near that timeframe.
Released a couple of days ago, the second beta of iOS 10 brings in some features that Apple had announced at its WWDC keynote but were missing from the first beta of the OS. Other changes include bug fixes and minor UI tweaks. You can find all the detailed changes that Apple has made in iOS 10 beta 2 here.
The second beta of macOS Sierra also mainly contains bug fixes, though it does add the Auto Unlock feature to the OS that Apple had demoed while unveiling the OS. Apart from the name change, macOS Sierra brings Siri to Mac, an improved Photos app, Apple Pay, and more.
Check out our macOS Sierra coverage below:
- Top 11 macOS Sierra Hidden Features
- List of Macs compatible with macOS Sierra
- iOS 10 and macOS Sierra: Apple’s Ecosystem Stickiness Gets Stronger
- Safari in macOS Sierra will Automatically Deactivate Flash, QuickTime, and Other Plug-Ins by Default
- macOS Sierra References OLED Touch Bar and Touch ID for Upcoming MacBook Refresh