You can download iOS 10.2.1 and macOS 10.12.3 beta 3 now. Apple has likewise seeded tvOS 10.1.1 and watchOS 3.1.3 beta 2 to enlisted makers.
In a somewhat shocking move, Apple has discharged iOS 10.2.1 beta 3 to creators alongside beta 2 of tvOS 10.1.1 and watchOS 3.1.3 rather than the last build. This decision has concerned us considering how much time Apple had to take a shot at its product. In any case, new developer launch for those enrolled with Apple.
If you have a former beta of iOS 10.2.1 introduced on your gadget then downloading beta 3 is easy. Just connect to a WiFi network, go to Settings > General > Software Update. Tap on the Download and Install button when the upgrade comes up for download. If you don’t have iOS 10.2.1 beta installed, you can get the IPSW file straightforwardly from the Apple Developer Program site, considering you are enrolled already. Additionally, you have the choice to introduce the beta over the air, which is the favored strategy since you don’t wind up losing your files.
Installing the most recent macOS 10.12.3 beta upgrade is simple. Open the Mac App Store, tap on the Updates tab and sit tight for the upgrade to appear. When it does, click on the update button and you’re all set. You will be required to restart your Mac so save all your work in advance. You can download a new macOS 10.12.3 beta straightforwardly from the Apple Developer Program site. New betas of watchOS 3.1.3 and tvOS 10.1.1 are additionally accessible. You can download the upgrades over the air if you desire to. We’ll start with the Apple watch.
Open the Watch application on your iPhone, then go to General > Software Update. When the update comes up for your gadget, install it. If you are hoping to try watchOS 3.1.3 beta on your Apple Watch then you can make a beeline for the Apple Developer Program site to get the beta bits.
tvOS 10.1.1 can be downloaded straight from Settings > System > Software Updates in tvOS. The installment occurs over the air so you don’t need to connect your Apple TV 4 with your PC to install something.
Since we saw new betas of Apple’s product today, it’s very likely we won’t see the last builds at any point in the near future. If Apple is in the state of mind to speed things up, then one week from now ought to be a decent time for new final software to drop in.