Apple has released new updates to its iOS 10 and tvOS 10 betas. iOS 10 has received developer beta 8 and public beta 7 releases while tvOS 10 has received beta 7 release for developers. The updates are small in size and likely contain bug fixes and security updates. Since the last few beta updates, no new features have been found in either iOS 10 or tvOS releases. The last iOS 10 beta release was on a Friday and contained security fixes.
To update to the new iOS 10 beta release, go to Settings > General > Software Update on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, to download and install the release. Make sure that you are connected to WiFi and have at least 50% battery charge on your device. If you are not registered with Apple’s public beta software program, head over to our guide on how to do so.
To update your Apple TV to the last developer beta, go to Settings > System > Sofware Updates > Update Software to download and install the release.
iOS 10 contains many new features which include open API for Siri, redesigned widgets, updated notification center, improved 3D touch functionality on home screen with widgets support, new plugin capability for developers for iMessage, Maps, and Phone apps, a new Home app for HomeKit, redesigned Music, Health, and News apps and Control Center, improved Quick Type keyboard, face recognition and contextual search in Photos, and much more. iOS 10 also has a new rounder design, large and bold typography and big color buttons. Check out our detailed coverage of iOS 10 features.
tvOS 10 contains a new dark mode, single sign on support for cable TV network apps, redesigned Apple Music and Photos apps, smarter Siri search, HomeKit support and more.
iOS 10 and tvOS 10 are expected to release this fall to general public, which should be as soon as next month.