It was only a week after releasing beta 2 of OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 and first beta of tvOS 9.1, Apple today released a new version of its betas, and made available of El Capitan beta 3 and tvOS 9.1 beta 2 for download. For developer registered on the Apple Developer Program, and not yet seeded to Public Beta testers.
Both the new beta 3 of OS X El Capitan and second beta of tvOS 9.1 brings nothing inside the changelog. With El Capitan beta 2, accompanying notation simply stipulating that “this is a pre-release version of OS X v10.11.2”. What’s actually new and notable in this new beta 3 is to be looked, but for now we have got to know that the 10.11.2 beta 3 carries build number 15C40a, ships with a number of behind-the-scenes improvements.
Like previously launched two betas of OS X 10.11.2, the company has requested that those interacting with the seeds focus on Networking, Graphics, Mail, USB Connectivity, and Spotlight as well as a few other key areas.
As oft-mentioned, The Cupertino-based firm also issued the beta 2 of tvOS 9.1 to those developers, particularly follows hot on the heels of yesterday’s public release of the tvOS 9.1 update, taking it to version 9.0.1 of tvOS ecosystem.
There’s nothing extremely notable or visually different with today’s tvOS 9.1 beta 2. While the original beta enabled Siri compatibility with Apple Music directly on Apple TV. To know what it brings with the beta 2, we dig a little deeper and uncover anything soon.
Both the updates are available to developers registered on the program, officially called Apple Developer.
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