OS X and tvOS get new beta updates ahead of WWDC


New El Capitan beta is here.
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Apple is busting out a fresh batch of beta updates for developers today ahead of next month’s big WWDC announcements.

A new beta for OS X El Capitan had been seeded to developers along with an update for tvOS and iOS 9.3.3 that was released earlier this morning.

OS X 10.11.6 beta 1, build 15G7a, can now be downloaded directly from the Apple Developer Center. The new update is most likely full of bug fixes and is devoid of any major changes as Apple waits to announce its big new features at WWDC in June.

As for new features, the release notes for OS X 10.11.6 only state the “update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac,” and doesn’t list any known issues.

The Apple TV also received some new beta software today in the form of tvOS 9.2.2 beta 1. To install the new update, developers will have to connect their Apple TV to a Mac via USB. The update only contains bug fixes and security improvements but we’ll let you know if we find anything else once it’s installed on our machines.