Apple today launched new Developer Beta forms for the greater part of its working frameworks except for macOS 10.12.4 Sierra. This incorporates beta 3 of iOS 10.3, watchOS 3.2, and tvOS 10.2.

The news comes precisely two weeks after beta 2 of each of them was launched, and the macOS build finished showing up a day after.

iOS 10.3 has various minor new elements, for example, the ability to locate Apple’s new AirPods in the Find My iPhone application. There are new climate choices in Maps, and in addition upgrades to HomeKit and CarPlay.

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The organization settled various issues in this launch. For instance, Location and Play Sound now fills in obviously for AirPods in Find My iPhone. Different issues were settled with iCloud Analytics, iCloud Backup, LAN Asset Cache, Lightning video connectors, managed and shared gadgets, and Xcode Simulator.

watchOS 3.2 includes SiriKit, and additionally another Theater Mode. Turning on Theater Mode will prevent the screen from awakening when you lift the watch. Lamentably, there are no launch notes for this form, as the connection sidetracks to the tvOS changelog. We’ll try to keep you updated as they show up and if there’s anything important.

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With respect to tvOS 10.2, that will change over the gadget to the Apple File System (APFS), much like iOS 10.3. The new form accompanies a couple notes and known issues that need to do with Accelerated Scrolling, Device Enrollment Program (DEP)/Mobile Device Management (MDM), and Top Shelf App Extension.

Beside those, there are additionally new betas for Apple Configurator 2.4, macOS Server 5.3, the Classroom 2.0 application, and Xcode 8.3. You can discover them all at Apple Developer.

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macOS 10.12.4 Sierra beta 3 is currently accessible to developers.

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