Moving forward to operating system development, Apple has released iOS 10.3.3 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, tvOS 10.2.2 for Apple TV, watchOS 3.2.3 for Apple Watch & macOS Sierra 10.12.6 update. These are available for developers and for the public as a beta download.
The iOS 10.3.3 update happens to be yet another public beta version release before the upcoming iOS 11 is released later this year. It’s a regular update which brings bug fixes and performance improvements to devices running on iOS 10. 10.3.3 update might happen to be the last update for certain older iPhone models, which aren’t compatible with iOS 11.
The tvOS 10.2.2 update comes two months after the release of 10.2.1 update and in comparison with it, it’s a major update.
If you have automatic software updates turned ON, Apple TV(fourth generation) will be automatically updated to latest tvOS version. If it’s not updated, then you can force check for a manual update by going through System > Software Update.
There isn’t any changelog available but it focuses on bug fixes, security enhancements and other under the hood improvements.
There is also a new public beta update to Apple Watch as well. Apple watchOS 4 is well on course for development and currently, watchOS 3.2.3 update is available in the Watch app on iPhone. Since this is a public beta, it’s available for all users and it happens to be a routine bug fix and security update.
macOS Sierra 10.12.6, however, brings few improvements to Macs as it gets released after two months of 10.12.5 release in May. It brings headphones audio fixes, enhanced Mac App Store compatibility and much more. Head to Software Update function in Mac App Store to get the latest update.
tvOS 11, iOS 11, watchOS 4 and macOS Sierra 11 versions are expected to release at Apple’s fall event. Currently, no dates have been finalized for the event which will see iPhone 8.