This morning, Apple started seeding new Beta builds for the upcoming iOS 9.3.3, Mac OS X 10.11.6, watchOS 2.2.2, and tvOS 9.2.2 operating systems to developers enrolled in itsprogram.
Today’s update has been sent to the Beta channel for iOS, tvOS, and watchOS devices, as well as the Mac App Store for Macs, but only to applications developers that have a registered and active (paid) Apple Developer account.
These are the second Beta releases for iOS 9.3.3, OS X El Capitan 10.11.6, and tvOS 9.2.2 operating systems, coming two weeks after the first one to bring more bug fixes, and the first Beta build for the watchOS 2.2.2 operating system for Apple Watch devices.
With this in mind, the Beta 2 builds should be seeded to public beta testers tomorrow morning, when anyone without a paid developer account can install them on their devices by following the instructions provided by us in this article.
No sign of iOS 10 just yet, but WWDC 2016 kicks off next week
In the meantime, Apple and its developer community are getting ready for the next week’s WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) 2016 event, where the Cupertino company will unveil the future of its iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS operating systems.
Even if iOS 9 is still getting maintenance updates, it might be possible for Apple to give us a preview of the iOS 10 and OS X 10.12 operating systems during the WWDC 2016 developer conference, which kicks off with the usual keynote on June 13.
For now, Apple didn’t reveal anything to the media about what we will see at WWDC this year, so we can only guess what is being prepared for us, Apple fans. Rest assured that we will be live blogging the entire keynote on June 13, starting 10 a.m. PT (5 p.m. GMT).