Apple has released a new batch of updates iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, TVOS 9.2.2 and 2.2.2 watchOS available for registered developers who want to install and test operating systems.
It is not yet available a list of changes batch update that provides the Cupertino company for the corresponding operating systems, but is believed to be based on minor bug fixes and performance enhancements and stability. It should be noted that the first betas were starts just a couple of weeks ago, following the latest trend Apple to release multiple updates in a short period of time.
The second IOS 9.3.3 beta is identified with the serial 13G compilation 21. The second OS X beta 10.11.6 Captain is 15G12a compilation, on the other hand, the second beta TVOS 9.2.2's compilation takes 13Y816 and finally, the second watchOS 2.2.2 beta is identified as the compilation 13V601.
Registered developers can access the betas through the Apple Developer Center. The beta versions of OS X El Capitan are also available through the Mac App Store. IOS updates and TVOS can be found through the update software on their respective platforms. On the other hand, OS updates the Apple Watch are installed through the official application on an iPhone device.
It is anticipated that major changes in major platforms Apple will be announced next Monday in a presentation to open the WWDC 2016. The inauguration will take place on June 13 in San Francisco and will end on 17 March.
If Apple follows the same trend to publish lots of updates on a regular basis, it is very likely that developers have in their hands the first betas of iOS and OS X 10.12 10 next week.