Apple on Monday seeded the sixth betas of iOS 10.3 and macOS Sierra 10.12.4. Registered developers can install the new betas either via over the air update mechanisms, or as standalone downloads from Apple’s Developer Center.
Today’s releases come less than a week after Apple issued beta 5 of both iOS 10.3 and macOS Sierra 10.12.4, indicating Apple may be closing in on remaining bugs and preparing to launch the software publicly in the near future.
iOS 10.3 brings about a number of new features and improvements, including Find My AirPods for locating misplaced earbuds, a new file system, a redesigned iCloud system, a new App Compatibility section, and much more.
As for macOS 10.12.4, it includes Night Shift Mode that automatically (and gradually) shifts your Mac’s display light from blue to yellow to help prevent sleeping problems, as well as various improvements to Dictation and Siri.
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