If you’re using any of the Apple beta operating systems, always be ready to update your devices, because beta updates are coming at a more frequent rate. On Monday, Apple released new betas of iOS 10. For developers, the new version is iOS 10 dev beta 6; for users who are enrolled in the Apple Software Beta Program, it’s iOS 10 beta 5. Apple also released dev beta 6 and Public Beta 5 of macOS Sierra.
Apple also unveiled new developer betas of watchOS 3 and tvOS 10.
Beta users can get the updates by running Software Update; developers can go to Apple’s Developer Center. If you’re interested in trying the iOS 10 or macOS Sierra beta, here’s what you need to know.
If you’re wondering what iOS 10 has to offer, check out these articles and videos.
- 10 features to try first in the public beta of iOS 10
- What iOS 10 reveals about the future of the iPhone
- 5 hidden iOS 10 features that are instant game changers
- 5 iOS 10 features to boost your iPad productivity
- How iOS 10 powers machine learning while protecting your privacy
- What iOS 10 can tell us about the new iPhone
- Why iMessage in iOS 10 is too much and yet not enough
- What happened to Apple Music in iOS 10?
- Swift Playgrounds guided tour: Learn to code on your iPad with iOS 10
What’s up with macOS Sierra? These articles can fill you in.
- macOS Sierra FAQ: What you need to know about the new Mac operating system
- How to use Siri in macOS Sierra
- How to use Picture in Picture in macOS Sierra
- Hands-on with the new Photos features in macOS Sierra and iOS 10
- How to use iCloud Drive’s new Desktop and Documents access in macOS Sierra
- How to use Optimized Storage in macOS Sierra
- How to use the Tabs feature in macOS Sierra