Apple Seeds OS X 10.11.4 Beta 6, Public Beta 6 And WatchOS 2.2 Beta 6 To Developers
Today, the Cupertino camp has released the sixth beta of OS X 10.11.4 to developers and public beta testers. Moreover, watchOS 2.2 beta six has also been released to developers for further testing. The latest release is followed by the fifth beta, which was distributed last week and the first beta was seeded earlier in January. Both of the forthcoming firmwares do not include a bevy of new features. Mostly, the update is concerned with bug fixes and under the hood improvements. In case of the Apple Watch's watchOS 2.2, it is a significantly minor update. So let's see some details on the sixth beta of OS X 10.11.4 and watchOS 2.2.
Apple Seeded OS X 10.11.4 Beta 6 To Developers And Public Beta Testers, WatchOS 2.2 Beta 6 To Developers
It's been well over six weeks since Apple seeded the first beta of OS X 10.11.4. As we have mentioned earlier, the new software is not stocked with a plethora of new feature additions. However, the company did bring support for Live Photos in the Messages app. Moreover, the Notes app is now password protected. Apple is also working on importing data and notes from Evernote into the stock Notes app. The bug fixes included within the update has also fixed the issue regarding opening web links on Twitter, that previously, led to broken paths.
The sixth OS X 10.11.4 beta has a build number 15E61B, which can be downloaded from the Software Update Mechanism in the Mac App Store or Apple Developer Center. Currently, we have not seen any major additions in the update apart from the ones which have been mentioned. However, we will definitely keep you guys updated if something new is discovered.
With watchOS 2.2, you can now pair two Apple Watches with a single iPhone running iOS 9.3 beta already. At this point, we haven't seen any user-facing features added in the updated beta. Nonetheless, if you want to proceed further and try it out yourself, you can install it through your iPhone running the new iOS 9.3 beta installed already. If you are compatible, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and navigate to the general tab and then Software update.
Make sure the Apple Watch has over 50 percent of charge remaining and connected to the host Apple Watch charger. Moreover, take note that your Apple Watch should be in the range of your iPhone running iOS 9.3 beta six. Currently, we have not discovered any significant changes in the watchOS 2.2 beta six. However, we will definitely keep you guys posted if something worth interest is discovered.
This is it for now, folks. Are you willing to give both of these beta six versions a go? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.