Apple releases betas of all operating systems yesterday. While the fourth beta of iOS 9.3 is only released to developers for now, Apple has also released the betas 4 tvOS watchOS 9.2 and 2.2.
tvOS 9.2 beta 4
tvOS 9.2 is a major upgrade to the operating system of the fourth generation Apple TV that will include among others the ability to search the App Store with Siri, Dictation, allowing us to enter text by voice (including passwords) , create folders and introduce multitasking iOS 9, a way to present much more attractive “Maps app” visually that we can see today.
watchOS 2.2 beta 4
watchOS 2.2 include little improvement, but there is one that stands out: an improved Maps application. Moreover, support is also added some features that will come in iOS 9.3. As with any updates, bug fixes and performance enhancements it will also be included.
OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 beta 4
Of all the new versions, which seem to have less novelty is the fourth beta of OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan, but that does not mean that anything new is not included. The next version of OS X will add support for Live Photos and Notepad allow to import notes Evernote.
If there are no surprises, all new versions of Apple operating systems will be launched during the week of March 15, coinciding or soon after the event to be held to present the 5se iPhone and iPad Air 3. It is also expected a new version of iTunes, but the new features this new version of Apple’s media player are unknown.