Developers received a fresh batch of new beta software from Apple this morning for pretty much every device Apple makes.
The first betas for iOS 9.3.2, watchOS 2.2.1, tvOS 9.2.1 and OS X 10.11.5 were all seeded to developers today, bringing a host of new bug fixes and tiny features to the Mac, Apple Watch, iPhone, and Apple TV.
The updates come less than a week after Apple released iOS 9.3.1 to fix a bug that caused links in Safari, iMessage, Notes and other apps to crash under certain circumstances.
All four new betas can be downloaded directly from the Apple Developer Center. The new software isn’t available to public testers yet, but could be made available to the public very soon.
As for new features, the release notes for all four beta updates are fairly nondescript. The iOS 9.3.2 beta notes mention that there are issues iBooks, Safari, Dictionary, and Simulator, though we’re sure we’ll find some more bugs once we get to testing.
OS X 10.11.5 suggests that the Mac update could contain some major additions. We’ll let you know what new goodies we find once we get the new software installed.