iOS 10 Beta 7 Public Beta 6, macOS Sierra Developer Beta 7 Update Now Available For Users

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Aug 24, 2016 07:11 AM EDT
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Users of Apple products should know that there are several new updates available for your devices. First of all, there's the macOS Sierra developer beta 7 for those who are participating in Apple's Sierra beta. The latest version can be accessed via the App Stores' Updates section. For developers, head over to Apple's Developer Center. There's not much news surrounding this update, although Apple still highly recommends that users download it. It's 2.14GB big, so make sure to clear up space in case you don't have much room.

MacWorld also reports that those who are interested in joining the beta may sign up for the Apple Public Beta Program, but must be warned that because it's a test, some devices and apps may not work as efficiently as it would on a final release.

Meanwhile, Apple has also set forth the seventh iOS beta to its developers and the sixth one for public beta testers. Rumor has it that these tests are currently being undertaken just in time for the theoretical release of the highly anticipated iPhone 7 this fall. Speculation revolve around the release of the new iOS 10 this September, as they believe that the iPhone 7 will be equipped with that particular iOS.

iOS 10 is expected to have addressed the issues of jailbreaking by hackers, as well as a ton of new cool features expected of Apple products. For those who can't get the newest iteration of Apple mobile phones at the moment, worry not because iOS 10 is reportedly compatible with the whole iPhone 6 generation, iPhone SE, and the whole iPhone 5 generation as well. It's also compatible with iPad mini 2, 3, and 4, the 4th generation iPad, iPad Air 1 and 2, and both versions of the iPad Pro. It's even compatible with the 6th generation of iPod, for those who still use it.

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