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Apple Seeds Third Public Beta of MacOS Sierra, iOS 10

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Apple has released third public beta of macOS Sierra and iOS 10. Here are the details about both operating systems.

macOS Sierra

Apple announced macOS Sierra at its Worldwide Developers Conference. The company has released the fourth beta to its registered developers followed by third public beta release. Apple has not made any significant changes. The company has introduced more than 100 emojis and changed several old ones.

Apple?s artificial intelligence will now be a part of the company?s computers. It will work in a same way as it does in other devices like iPhone and iPad. However, in Mac, the users will be able to search through documents to quickly send file.

Moreover, macOS will also bring changes to photos. With new feature finding particular files will be easier. It will use facial, objects and scene recognition to find images. An auto unlock feature will let the users unlock the device with their Apple Watches. When a paired Apple watch is in a required range the device unlocks, reported MacRumors.

iOS 10

Public beta members of iOS 10 can now install third preview of iOS 10. Similar to macOS Sierra the third preview of iOS 10 is mainly about emoji. Apple has added about 100 new and improved the graphics of previous ones.

The new operating system for mobile devices includes redesigned music and news apps, the first home app for homeKit, a redesigned lockscreen and homescreen experience for widgets, tons of iMessage features in Messages, and much more.

Those who are interested can still get third beta of macOS Sierra and iOS 10 through beta testing website. Once enrolled Apple will send the confirmation via email. After the sign up, users will be able to download both operating systems.

For those who are already registered to public beta testing program can download iOS 10 from Software Update in settings. Registered developers can login to Apple?s developer page to install the beta profile.

Meanwhile, Apple is working on iPhone 7 and MacBook Pro 2016. Although the company has not provided any detail about the upcoming hardwares, rumors suggest that the company could launch these in September.

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