Beta 3 of iOS 10.3, macOS 10.12.4, watchOS 3.2, tvOS 10.2 Released by Apple

Feb 20, 2017 - 1 Comment

Apple beta system software

Apple has released the third beta versions of its operating system suite, including iOS 10.3, macOS 10.12.4, watchOS 3.2, and tvOS 10.2.

iOS 10.3 beta currently is working on a “Find My AirPods” feature, and MacOS 10.12.4 beta currently includes a Night Shift mode similar to what is available in iOS, which shifts the color spectrum of the display to be warmer in evening hours. Aside form that, no major new features are expected in the minor point release software updates, but considering they are beta versions it’s possible some additional new features will arrive by the time the final version is available.

iOS 10.3 beta 3, macOS 10.12.4 beta 3, watchOS 3.2 beta 3, and tvOS 10.2 beta 3 are available now for developers enrolled in the beta testing programs, and a public beta release is likely to arrive soon after.

Uses enrolled in the beta testing programs can find the software updates available through the over-the-air update mechanism in Settings app for iOS and tvOS, the Apple Watch app on iPhone, and the App Store Updates section in Mac OS.

Apple typically goes through several beta releases before issuing a final version to the public, suggesting that a widespread public release could happen several weeks out.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in News

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  1. Fred says:

    Do you think they will ever consider fixing the WiFi login one day?

    I travel a lot. I can always spot the iPhone users at immigration. Yup, they are the ones struggling with the WiFi, while the Android users are already sending whatsApp and Viber messages.

    Seriously apple, why is it, that one one in ten times does an iPhone will take me to the login screen were I can accept the terms? Android can do it every time.

    My wife and I are here in Bangkok, with her sister and her sister’s husband, right now. We have an iPhone two iPads, and my brother-in-law has an iphone. My wife and her sister can use the hotel WiFi without issue, because they have Android phones. Those of is with Apple devices have to manutally enter the IP to accept the terms and log in.

    Seriously, ios is at 10.3 and this problem still persists!

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