Members of Apple’s public beta program will now get Public Beta 3 update on iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. The verified registered device can get the iOS updated version via iTunes. While Mac updates will be available via the Mac App Store.
On August 1, Apple launched the fourth beta of developers version for iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. Registered developers will be receiving new builds of tvOS 10 and watchOS 3, something that won’t be available on the public beta program. iOS 10 Public Beta 3 and developer-only iOS 10 beta 4 contain the same features. To update, go to, Settings → General → Software Update.
The iOS 10 update will be bringing over a hundred gender diverse emoji, new keyboard sounds, will remove haptic feedback when locking the device, brings back the date to the Notification Center sections, let’s owners use Quick Reply with full-screen apps, with dozens of fixes and tweaks.
Like the iOS, macOS Sierra Public Beta 3 contains the same features as the developer-only macOS Sierra beta 4. For people who are running on prior Sierra beta and are already enrolled in Apple Beta Software Program, they should have the public update appear under the Mac App Store’s Updates tab. New features of the third public beta of macOS Sierra are available along with fixing bugs etc. Release notes for macOS Sierra Public Beta 3 are available from Apple are available here.
For anyone who wants to enroll into Apple’s beta testing program, sign up at the Apple Beta Software Program here and follow the instructions, step by step. It’s worth noting that interested people will have a chance to install Sierra on their Macs when the operating system launches this fall as a free software update on the Mac App Store. Are you excited for macOS Sierra?