1Password 8, the next major iteration to the popular password manager, is now available for testing on macOS ahead of its public release on Mac and Windows later this year.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the fifth beta of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 (and tvOS 15) to developers. Even though we're nearing the public launch of the software, it looks like Apple's not quite finished adding and tweaking a few things with the software.
As we charge ahead to September, and Apple's expected release dates for updates to its major platforms, we're still in the beta testing phase. Today, the company is moving right along with that plan, preparing the prerelease software ahead of its global, public launch later this year.
Earlier this year, Apple confirmed that AirPods Pro users would be able to try out beta versions of the firmware ahead of a public launch. The first effort in that regard arrived in late July. And now, the company has issued a second beta firmware version, adding yet another feature to the mix.
Apple is now testing upcoming AirPods Pro firmware that will bring software support for some of iOS 15's audio features like ambient noise reduction and spatial audio for FaceTime calls.
Back in June, Apple unveiled the next major versions for all of its most popular platforms. Since then, Apple has been working on the public launch as it normally does: by seeding betas. And today, the newest prerelease software is now available for public beta testers trying out iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS 12 Monterey.
Now that the third betas of Apple's next big updates are out there in the wild, the details are still trickling in. There's quite a bit of new in the latest prerelease software beta. And now we know one more bit, which should be helpful to those who might be worried about available storage on their device(s) when the new update arrives.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the latest beta of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 to developers. Along with betas for the other major platform updates. With this being a big update for all of Apple's most popular operating systems, there's bound to be additional tweaks added to the mix with subsequent beta seeds.
We continue to march towards the inevitable public release of Apple's next big operating system updates. Before that can happen, though, developer and public beta testers need to get their hands on prerelease software. The goal? Test out the platforms, work out the bugs, develop apps, and prepare for the next big thing.
Apple has its sights set on the next major update to all of its popular platforms. Until that happens, though, the company has another minor update in the works. Namely, iOS 14.7.
Earlier this week, Apple seeded the first public betas of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 to the public beta testers out there in the wild. Unfortunately, macOS 12 Monterey did not make the initial cut. But now Apple's here to fix that issue.
Apple is already a couple of developer betas in for the next big updates to its major platforms, but the time has finally arrived for the first public betas to make their way out into the wild. Which means folks who want to jump on board the bandwagon super early, while the software is still potentially rough, you can do just that.