Apple went on a big rollout of updates recently, as the tech giant released new updates to its current mobile operating system versions, as well as its OS X software; and at the same time, providing new beta versions for their upcoming new software such as the iOS 10 and the macOS Sierra.
According to a report by GSM Arena, a set of updates were released for the current versions of the Apple operating system for both mobile and computer platforms, as well as new developer preview versions of the upcoming ones.
First off is the new iOS 9.3.3, the updated version of the iOS 9.3.2. Despite being a new version of the software, the newly released iOS 9.3.3 does not offer new features that are not found in the 9.3.2 version, however, what it brings in are a set of bug fixes and performance improvements.
On the other hand, the upcoming version of the Apple mobile operating system, the new iOS 10, also recently received its third developer preview beta version. The third version of the developer preview beta of the new software brings in improvements on the lock screen display of the device. Sound and haptic feedback improvements were also made, as well as the addition of the clock in the status bar, and improvements on the image picker in the Messaging application, too. The new version also added in the option to send files to the iCloud Drive from Mail and Safari.
The same goes for the OS X El Capitan version 10.11.6. The new software brought in performance improvements and a number of bug fixes. The new macOS Sierra also got the third version of its developer preview.
Meanwhile, public beta testers of the iOS 10 and the new macOS Sierra are set to get their second version of the beta software sometime soon.