Apple releases iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3, macOS 13.2, watchOS 9.3, and tvOS 16.3 Beta 1 to developers

Today, Apple saw fit to release the first developer betas of iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3, macOS 13.2, watchOS 9.3, and tvOS 16.3 to developers for testing purposes. If you are a developer, you can download the latest beta from the Apple Developer Center now. Scroll down to see more details on this topic.

Apple releases iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3, macOS 13.2, watchOS 9.3, and tvOS 16.3 Beta 1 to developers for testing purposes

If you are a registered developer, you can download iOS 16.3 and iPadOS 16.3 beta 1 to your compatible iPhone or iPad from the Apple Developer Center. Make sure to install the appropriate configuration profile from the Developer Center. The latest beta version is available over the air for free. As for what’s new, it’s too early to ask but we’ll update you as soon as more details are available.

Apart from iOS 16.3, Apple has also seeded beta 1 of the upcoming macOS 13.2 firmware for developers. The latest beta can be downloaded through the Apple Developer Center after installing the appropriate configuration profile. Once you do, the update will be available through the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences.

iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3, macOS 13.2, watchOS 9.3, tvOS 16.3 Developer Beta 1

watchOS 9.3 beta 1 can be downloaded to your compatible Apple Watch models after installing the appropriate configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center. To install the beta update, make sure your Apple Watch has more than 50 percent battery life and that it’s on the charger. In addition, it must also be within range of your iPhone. To install the update, head to the dedicated Apple Watch app on your iPhone, then go to General > Software Update.

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Similar to iOS 16.3, Apple has also seeded beta 1 of tvOS 16.3 which can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center after installing the appropriate configuration profile using Xcode. tvOS updates have always been minor considering the number of features added to the mix. However, just like the rest of the updates, we’ll be waiting for the developers to mess with the latest beta.

That’s it guys. Apple recently released the iOS 16.2 update to the public, so be sure to check out the new features including the ability to disable the Always-On wallpaper. Are you looking to download the latest version to your compatible Apple device? Let us know your thoughts in the comments,

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