In addition to releasing iOS 10.3.3, Apple today released a trio of software updates for its Mac computers, Apple Watch models, and the fourth-generation Apple TV: macOS Sierra 10.12.6, watchOS 3.2.3 and tvOS 10.2.2.
They're bug-fix updates focused on improving the performance and security of your devices so don't expect any significant feature changes or new user-facing features. Apple’s support document lists the security patches in macOS Sierra 10.12.6, watchOS 3.2.3 and tvOS 10.2.2.
A fourth beta of watchOS 3.2.3 for Apple Watch is now rolling out to Apple's registered developers and members of the Apple Developer Program. Available as an over-the-air update via the Software Update mechanism in the companion Watch app on a paired iPhone, watchOS 3.2.3 beta 4 (build number 14V5751a) includes bug fixes and performance optimizations.
You Apple Watch must be in range of its paired iPhone, have 50 percent battery and be placed on its charger in order for the update to download and install. watchOS 4 betas are not available through the Apple Beta Software Program.
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The new watchOS 3.2.3 beta follows iOS 10.3.3 beta 4 and tvOS 10.2.2 beta 4 which got seeded to developers on June 22. The prior watchOS 3.2.2 bug-fix software update released for public consumption more than a month ago.
watchOS 3.2.3, iOS 10.3.3 and tvOS 10.2.2 could be the last point updates before iOS 11, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 arrive this fall. If you spot any noteworthy changes in watchOS 3.2.3 beta 4, leave a comment below and we'll update the article with new information.
Apple on Tuesday released a second round of betas for all of its platforms, including iOS 10.3.3, macOS 10.12.6, watchOS 3.2.3, and tvOS 10.2.2.
No significant changes can be spotted in any of these betas at this time, signaling that these simply feature the usual round of bug fixes and performance improvements, which is not surprising considering WWDC 2017 is just around the corner.
We shouldn't expect anything really new from now on until the public releases of Apple's new softwares, likely around September.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the first betas of iOS 10.3.3, watchOS 3.2.3, tvOS 10.2.2 and macOS Sierra 10.12.6. Registered developers can download the new releases via each platform's respective over-the-air mechanism, or via Apple's dev portal.
It's not yet clear what changes are included in these updates, but given their version numbers, it's likely they're focused on security fixes and other under-the-hood improvements. We will let you know if anything more significant is discovered.
The betas do come at an interesting time—24 hours after the release of public updates for each OS, and just a few weeks ahead of WWDC, where Apple is expected to show off previews of the next major versions of iOS, watchOS, tvOS and macOS.