Apple Releases WatchOS 3.2 Beta 7 & MacOS 10.12.4 Beta 8
Apple has just seeded macOS 10.12.4 Beta 8 and watchOS 3.2 Beta 7 to registered developers. Here’s how to update over the air.
Apple’s software development process is taking a few strides forward today with the release of macOS 10.12.4 Beta 8 and watchOS 3.2 Beta 7. Both updates are available to download for developers, that too over the air.
In order to download macOS 10.12.4 Beta 8, simply launch the Mac App Store, click on the Updates tab and install the available update here. watchOS 3.2 Beta users on the other hand can grab the update by navigating to Watch > General > Software Update on their iPhone. It’s a good practice to not tinker with your devices at all during the update process so that things go through as smoothly as possible.
Developers should go ahead and install the latest updates immediately if they want their devices to function at their best. The recently released updates bring with them a load of bug fixes and performance enhancements, something which improves upon the experience of using pre-release software.
Given we are sitting on the eighth beta of Apple’s software already, it won’t be long till the final version comes knocking on our doors. Till that happens, it’s best to prepare your devices ahead of time. You can do things like freeing up some space and tidying up stuff in general so that everything moves as smoothly as possible come the big download day.
If there is a worthy new feature which Apple slipped in today’s release, we will highlight it for our readers. Just make sure you are sitting on the latest beta release in the meantime.
Non-developers can try out Apple’s macOS 10.12.4 Sierra Beta for free by heading over to beta.apple.com. Just sign up with your Apple ID and the update will begin downloading through he Mac App Store. Furthermore, you can try out iso 10.3 Public Beta using this route as well. Once signed up and ready to go, head over to Settings > General > Software Update to download the latest pre-release build.
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