Apple Releases Sixth Developer Betas For All Its Operating Systems

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Apple has released sixth betas of all its operating systems including iOS 10, macOS 10.12 Sierra, tvOS 10 and watchOS 3. All the betas are now available for download to registered Apple developers through the dev center and over-the-air on devices that are already running previous betas. This version of iOS 10 developer beta solves the dock and wallpaper picker bugs that affected iPad users. In this release Apple has kept the ability for users to purchase Apps from the App Store using Touch ID authentication after a reboot. This suggests that it is a new feature and not a bug, as it was considered to be when included in beta 5 for the first time.

Now major changes were discovered in macOS 10.12 Sierra compared to previous beta. If you have discovered any notable new change, then do let us know in the comments section below.

Just like other betas the sixth watchOS 3 beta only brings bug fixes including fixes for connectivity issue that caused the Watch to lose the connection with the iPhone at random. This update also brings fixes for errors that were caused when building watchOS apps through Xcode. On the Apple TV side Apple has fixed UIKit issues that affected keyboard, which now responds to system appearance changes between light and dark as expected.

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