Apple has today seeded new beta releases for iOS 10, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10.
These are its third updates to each platform since they were first previewed at WWDC last month, and they should all make your testing devices that little bit more stable.
It doesn’t look like there are any major changes in these releases; Apple promises bug fixes and performance improvements only. However, its full list of changes isn’t available yet, so there could be some nice surprises to look forward to.
iOS 10 beta 2 brought a number of minor tweaks to improve the user experience, including visual changes to things like the News app. watchOS 3 beta 2 brought Auto Unlock for users running macOS Sierra, Emergency SOS, activity sharing, and more.
If you’re already running a previous beta release, you should find the latest is available to download now over-the-air. If you’re yet to try out the betas and you’re a registered developer, you can gain access to them via Apple’s Developer Center.