Apple today rolled out new betas for iOS, tvOS, watchOS, and macOS — just one day after releasing public updates.
The new releases are only available to registered developers for now, and they’re focused on improving stability and security.
These are the first beta releases for iOS 10.3.3, tvOS 10.2.2, watchOS 3.2.2, and macOS 10.12.6.
As the version numbers suggests, they are merely incremental upgrades. You won’t find any new features or significant changes within; they make tweaks under-the-hood to deliver a greater, more secure experience on each platform.
Some of the releases fix specific bugs, like the one affecting USB headphones in macOS.
Big changes are on the horizon, however. WWDC is just around the corner — it kicks off on June 5 in San Jose — and it will bring our first previews of iOS 11, tvOS 11, watchOS 4, and macOS 10.13. All of which. iOS 11 especially, are expected to bring big changes.
These betas should be available to public testers in the coming days, but for now, you’ll need to be a registered developer to get your hands on them. If we do stumble across any surprising changes or additions, we’ll update this post.