Apple on Wednesday seeded iOS 10.3.3 beta 6 to its registered developers and members of the paid Apple Developer Program. The new update has a build number of 14G57 or 14G58, depending on the device. It can be deployed to any compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch via the Software Update mechanism in the Settings app.

Your device must have an appropriate configuration profile installed, which can be downloaded from Dev Center. The latest beta arrives following iOS 10.3.3 beta 5, which was seeded to developers on June 28 (the first beta dropped on May 16).

Some of the fixes in iOS 10.3.3 are mentioned in Andrew’s walkthrough video of the first beta.

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As mentioned, iOS 10.3.3 is a bug-fix release which enhances the security and performance of your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This is most likely that last point update to iOS 10 as Apple continues to beta-test the major iOS 11 software update ahead of its public release in the fall.

Apple also released macOS Sierra 10.12.6 beta 6 for developer testing today.

  • Tony Trenkle Jr.

    Screw this we need beta 3 of iOS 11!

    • edwilk55


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  • I don’t know why apple keeps releasing 10.3.3. betas. nobody’s going to download it anyway. everyone is waiting for iOS 11 beta 3. Geez Apple what kind of games are you playing with us?

    • Lutiher

      Everyone? Really? Are you 100% sure?

  • ChrisLinke

    Surely just a ploy to hold off developers from releasing jailbeaks… If these security fixes were critical, they would have issued a public release with 2-3 betas.

  • George

    Hideous phone