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Apple releases public betas for iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4

Oscar Raymundo | Feb. 24, 2016
Every Apple operating system has a new developer beta available now, and iOS and OS X have new public betas out too.

watchOS 2.2 developer beta 4

This software update for Apple Watch gives the Maps app new features. With watchOS 2.2, you can launch the Maps app and have it instantly navigate to your given destination. You can also tap to find businesses with a “Nearby” feature powered by Yelp.

Once your iPhone gets updated to iOS 9.3, you will be able to pair multiple Apple Watches. This watchOS update will be able to recognize which Watch is active at any given time and switch between the different devices.

tvOS 9.2 developer beta 4

The software update for the fourth-generation Apple TV incorporates elements of iOS. With tvOS 9.2, you will be able to organize your apps into folders and switch between apps via a redesigned app switcher.

You will also be able to talk to the Siri Remote to dictate into text fields to search for content or even spell out your usernames and passwords. Other features coming to along tvOS 9.2 include support for iCloud Photo Library, Bluetooth keyboards, and conference room mode.

 

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