Apple has released new developer betas of OS X 10.11.4, iOS 9.3, tvOS 9.2 and watchOS 2.2. These are the third beta releases for Apple’s operating system updates which include mostly minor updates, except for iOS devices which will receive some major updates focused on education.
Here’s a quick rundown of all that is new in the betas:
OS X 10.11.4
- The new beta includes the ability to import Evernote files into Notes app
- WiFi calling for Verizon iPhones
- Minor tweaks to Night Shift in control center
- News app works for more countries now, such as Germany and Sweden
- ‘Add Playlist Songs to My Music’ for Apple Music in Settings
- Improved performance on older devices including iPhone 4S, iPad 2 and iPad Mini.
- Spotlight is also faster on iPhone 6s Plus – no more stutter when swiping down
- Dictation support to spell usernames and passwords in fields
- Siri now support App Store search
- Bug fixes and improvements, nothing noticeable
The betas are available as OTA updates to beta 2 users. If you have not received the update yet, check Software Update under Settings > General on your iOS device or Updates tab in Mac App Store. If you are not registered with Apple as a developer, you can head over to Apple’s Developers portal and sign up.
The public betas for these releases are not out yet but we should have an update on them this week.