As tired as Apple can get this season for keeping its update pace quite high for the public betas of iOS 10 and macOS and the developer betas of the whole kit and kaboodle, it’s important to keep in mind that the software engineers in Cupertino are juggling so many balls at once.

Recent stories have made that apparent like Barbara Streisand requesting to Tim Cook that Siri pronounce her name correctly. There was also that patch for three major vulnerabilities from a malware creator serving governments called NSO Group. And don’t forget about Apple’s wannabe Snapchat project and all of its other cookings on the burner right now.

Maintaining frequent updates to iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3 and tvOS is just a cherry on top for us. If you have any of those betas, check your updates in the settings. Then, keep your eye out next week to see if Apple will seriously provide another beta update before it launches the next iPhone sometime in the next two weeks.

Via: BGR

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