We’re diving right into July and the second wave of beta kits has arrived for all Apple developers working on iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3.0 and tvOS. Most of the changes are minor tweaks, but there’s always going to be a surprise or two happening in there, like unlocking your Mac with your iPhone.

The big test will come when the company releases its public betas for iOS 10 and macOS Sierra sometime this month. We aren’t sure when it will happen, but that’s what was announced at WWDC last month.

You can head into Settings and then tap through to the Software Update tab for both of the updates to iOS 10 and watchOS 3.0. Xcode should also have all four packages ready to download. But that’s only if you’re on the Developer Program and have beta-dedicated devices.

Source: Apple
Via: AppleInsider

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