Apple has released the beta editions of iOS 9.3, watch OS 2.2, OS X 10.11.4 and tvOS 9.2. These are fourth beta versions that have been released two weeks after the roll out of the third beta versions.
According to Apple Insider, the build number of the fourth beta version of iOS 9.3 is “13E5214d.” It brings several new features such as the Night Shift mode that can enhance sleep. Apple has added multiple user login support on iPad for educational customers.
The apps for Music, Health and CarPlay have received improvements. Users can now make use of third-party apps to add music to the music library of iCloud from the device. It won’t require apps to use iTunes to add music.
The fourth beta of watchOS 2.2 with build number “13V5129c” is the newest software update for Apple Watch. When used with iOS 9.3, it will allow users to pair multiple Apple Watch devices to an iPhone. The Glance feature of Apple Maps for Apple Watch allows users to add quick directional links for Home, Work, Search, Nearby and more.
The fourth beta of tvOS 9.2 with build number 13Y5210d brings Bluetooth keyboards that will allow users to pair a keyboard to an Apple TV for text entry. The update also arrives with iCloud Photo Library support.
The new update also let users to create new folders to add group apps present on the Homescreen. The performance of the App Switcher has been improved. For developers, it brings MapKit. The publication has claimed that the upcoming tvOS 9.2 will also bring along voice dictation support.
OS X 10.11.4 with build number 15E49a carries support for securing Notes by using a password. It also brings support for viewing and sharing Live Photos snapped using the iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus smartphones. The problem associated with the opening URLs on Twitter through the Safari web browser has been resolved.