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Apple has a development program where developers are the first testers that get their hands on any pre-release software and a few days ago, the company has the released the first beta for all upcoming updates of iOS (9.3), OS X 10 (10.11.4), tvOS (9.2) and watchOS (2.2). Also, the public beta testers have received the initial betas of iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4, if you’re part of the Public program, hurry up and download one of these updates.



The latest official update of iOS is 9.2, but there is also another 9.2.1 beta version available for testing and development purposes and soon, iOS 9.3 will be out in the world. Apple will make this update the most important so far, because of the new features and more functionally, as according to the change-log, the iOS 9.3 beta 1 introduced Night Shift, a feature that is similar to the f.lux application from the Cydia store. This feature will make colors warmer at night, so that the users won’t tire their eyes when looking at the screen. Siri was also improved and now it has support for more languages, while 3D Touch Quick Actions was brought for stock applications such as App Store, Settings, Weather or Compass.

Mac users can download the new OS X 10.11.4 public beta, which comes with security optimizations, support for Live Photos in Messages app and other performance enhancements.

The registered public testers who haven’t downloaded yet the latest public beta versions of iOS or OS X must know that the updates are available as over-the-air (OTA) downloads.

Also, Apple has released the iOS 9.3 Beta 1.1 with the build number 13E5181f to, being available for the members of the Developer program and the file has a size of 29.5MB, containing bug fixes and improvements. Apple has specified that “This beta version of iOS should be deployed on devices dedicated for iOS 9.3 beta software development”.

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