Apple on Tuesday seeded the first betas of iOS 10.3.2, tvOS 10.2.1, watchOS 3.2.2 and macOS 10.12.5 to developers. Registered developers can update to the new betas via each platform’s respective OTA mechanism, or via the developer portal.

Todays releases come just 24 hours after Apple launched public versions of iOS 10.3 with Find My AirPods and new Apple File System, tvOS 10.2 with faster scrolling, watchOS 3.2 with Theater Mode and macOS Sierra 10.2.4 with Night Shift.

We don’t know yet what new features have been added in today’s betas. Apple’s release notes do say that SiriKit has been fixed in iOS 10.3.2, and SiriKit car commands should now work as expected. We’ll let you know if we discover anything else.

  • Agneev

    Why is it that Apple has to seed even the most minor update?

    • jaws

      Really? You’re upset about that?

      • Agneev

        TBH, it bugs me out!

      • John

        Why? How does it Apple releasing all these betas affect you?

        tbf, I think people would be more pissed if they didn’t release any/fewer then they do.

    • John

      Because these betas are for developers. If there’s a change in benhavior in the system, developers need to update their apps. You don’t needn’t to install every single beta.

      • Agneev

        Thanks for the info. 🙂 🙂

  • Not sure why they skipped a number for iOS and watchOS.

    • Agneev

      Maybe they accidentally released .1 and suddenly retracted it and released .2…

    • Nirvana

      could be that 10.3.1 doesn’t need beta stage and might be released shortly

    • Natalie

      Either it is a bug fix that needed no testing by external devs, or it’s going to be released along side 10.3.2 for 32bit devices only

  • Charlie

    My good God. They can’t even last a day now

  • Tony Trenkle Jr.

    They skip 10.3.1? Odd…

  • Brad C Hanson

    I don’t recall Apple Watch face being in the Location Preferences in the privacy settings.

    • burge

      It was there before this beta.

  • Andrea Malinverni

    More betas means better security for everybody! As Mr. Assange teaches us (Vault7)

  • Blip dude

    Still can’t update my watch to 3.2, not sure if it’s because I have a Jailbroken phone, or just the fact that I’m in 10.2 on the iPhone that I can’t update my watch : /.

    • burge

      The phone needs to be on 10.3 for the watch to update to 3.2.

  • Ara Rezaee

    *Personal speculation* 10.3.1 will be a bug fix release for 32bit devices only and there will be no more updates for them.

  • Richard Chhay

    10.3 release just a day . Now new beta continues keychain still not support for Cambodia country. They should consider about it. And 2 face security are the same .

  • Nirvana

    32 bit devices do not receive this beta, likely Apple has already dropped 32b support in ios 10

  • Siri Tim Cook Holness

    They finally dropped 32 bit support that should speed up the OS, Right?