A few minutes ago, Apple started seeding the fifth and probably the last Beta of the iOS 9.3.3 mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices to developers and public beta testers.
The new Beta of iOS 9.3.3 comes only one week from the Beta 4 builds, which Apple released last week on the 29th of June, and one day after the release of the, macOS Sierra 10.12, tvOS 10, and watchOS 3 operating systems, which only registered developers can currently install.
Once again, Apple ditched the watchOS 2.2.2 operating system for Apple Watch devices, which hasn’t been present in the last two Beta releases. That’s probably because there’s nothing else to fix or improve in the upcoming maintenance update of the watchOS 2.2 series.
Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 build 15G26, iOS 9.3.3 beta 5 build 13G34, and tvOS 9.2.2 beta 5 build 13Y825 are now live in your Apple Developer account, or, if you are a public beta tester running a previous Beta release of any of these OSes, you can now install the Beta 5 version via the OTA updates or the Mac App Store.
iOS 9.3.3, Mac OS X 10.11.6, watchOS 2.2.2, and tvOS 9.2.2 coming soon
Now that the Beta 5 release is out, we’re expecting to see the final release of the iOS 9.3.3, Mac OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan, watchOS 2.2.2, and tvOS 9.2.2 maintenance update in the coming weeks, until the end of July, when Apple should also start seeding the first Beta builds of iOS 10, macOS Sierra 10.12, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10 to public beta testers.
Again, if you are installing a Beta of the iOS, Mac OS X El Capitan, watchOS, or tvOS operating systems on your registered devices, please try to keep in mind that they are pre-release versions, should might contains bugs and shouldn’t be used as a daily driver. It is always better to wait for the stable builds to come out.