iOS 9.3 Public Beta 4, OS X 10.11.4 Public Beta 4 Released


As the days close in, the Cupertino based company is heading towards releasing its upcoming iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.14 firmware. There are a handful of new feature and under the hood improvements included in the two aforementioned firmwares. Even though, moving at a slower pace, the company has released the iOS 9.3 public beta 4 and OS X 10.11.14 public beta 4. Scroll down to see what's new.

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Apple Released The Fourth Beta Of iOS 9.3 And OS X 10.11.4

First off, iOS 9.3 will be a major release with an emphasis on bug fixes and under the hood performance enhancements as well as new features. The final build is expected to be released sometime in the next month. Some of the features part of the release include the Night Shift mode, password protected notes in Notes app, new 3D Touch shortcuts and many more. Users willing to give it a go can head to Apple's website. For those of you who already have iOS 9.3 public beta 3 installed can directly update it via OTA mechanism.

Simply launch the Settings app on your iOS device and then head to the General tab and tap on Software update. You will see your iOS 9.3 beta 4 update. However, if you're unfamiliar with all the technicalities involved, we advise you to practice on a device that you don't use everyday. There are certainly risks associated with beta softwares.

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As for OS X 10.11.4 public beta 4, the firmware will also focus on fixing lingering bugs and enhance performance. Nonetheless, the release will be developer oriented as well. If you want to install the public beta 4, the steps are fairly simple if you have the previous build of OS X 10.11.4 beta installed onto your Mac. All you have to do is go to the Mac App Store from the Launchpad and click on the 'Updates' tab at the very top and install it. Make sure all your work is saved as the update requires you to restart your Mac.

As for the features part of the public beta 4, there are a couple of new things like Live Photos support in Messages, password protected notes in Notes app, option to import files from Evernote and many more. Most probably the final version would reach the public eye in the next month. We will update you on the post if there are any new significant changes discovered in the public beta 4.

As for now, what are your thoughts about the public beta 4? Are you willing to give it a go? Share your thoughts in the comments.