Beta 5 Of OS X 10.11.14, watchOS 2.2, tvOS 9.2 Released For Developers And Public Testers

Apple has just made new developer and public test beta 5 seeds of OS X 10.11.14, watchOS 2.2 and tvOS 9.2 available to download. iOS 9 beta 5 will be the first to come in the newly released seeds and all can be grabbed through Apple’s Developer Resource Center right away.

In addition to iOS 9.3 beta which restored the Apple Pencil support and not showing a pop-up menu with the Night Shift toggle in Control Center, other betas of OS X El Capitan, tvOS 9.2 for Apple TV and watchOS 2.2 for Apple Watch waren’t able to spot any changes, simply says “beta 5 contains bug fixes and general improvements.”


OS X 10.11.14 El Capitan Beta 5

As part of future, Apple has officially seeded OS X 10.11.14 to developers and registered public beta testers in order to stress test the platform and report any bugs or issues found. Build number 15E56a primarily focuses on stability and under-the-hood tweaks to improve the overallĀ  experience of El Capitan on Apple’s desktops and notebook machines.

watchOS 2.2 Beta 5

The underlying Apple Watch’s watchOS firmware of beta 5 is also released to those members already with developer program to not only test out their own apps and software on the platform, but to also put the firmware through its paces in terms of reliability and perforamnce.

The latest bets 5 version of watchOS 2.2 however, doesn’t include any immediately noticeable user-facing enhancements or feature additions compared to last beta release, which focused predeminately on improving and stabilizing the features that we’ve already seen.

tvOS 9.2 Beta 5

Fifth pre-release beta of tvOS 9.2 has been made availale now for the fourth-gen Apple TV. Developers will be unhappy to know that the fifth beta of tvOS 9.2 doesn’t bring any huge outward-facing changes, though. Instead, it focuses on honing the tvOS experience on the Apple TV.

As you can expect it to. All these updates can either be obtained directly on the device using OTA updates method or from the Apple Developer portal.

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