Apple has rolled out its tenth beta of tvOS 11 for registered developers ahead of a public release this fall.
The release comes just under one week after developers got their hands on beta 9, and it mostly includes bug fixes and performance improvements at this point.
Major changes are unheard of this late into a beta test, so don’t expect anything too exciting in this tvOS update. But with a public release right around the corner, we’ll take all the fixes and optimizations we can get right now.
tvOS 11, which first entered testing after WWDC in June, brings a whole host of new features to Apple TV — including AirPlay 2, support for AirPods, Home screen syncing, automatic switching between light and dark modes based on local time, and more.
You’ll need a registered developer account to install this update, which requires connecting your Apple TV to a computer via USB-C. A new public beta for tvOS 11 should be available in the coming days.