Today, Apple officially released the third beta of iOS 9, wathOS 2 and OS X El Capitan to developers for testing.
iOS 9 beta 3 (build 13A4293f) is available through Apple’s over-the-air updating system on iOS devices and is also available for download through the Apple Developer Center. In addition to numerous bug fixes, the third beta brings Apple’s new News app and add support for Apple Music.
watchOS 2 (build 13S5293e) also available to developers. The company released the watchOS 2 beta 2 two weeks ago after officially unveiling it at WWDC at the beginning of last month. watchOS 2 includes support for native applications and beta 3 of the software will allow developers to continue testing their applications with direct access to local sensors, the Digital Crown, and the device’s processor
Developers can download beta 3 of watchOS 2 via the Apple Watch companion app on their iPhone.
OS X El Capitan beta 3 (build 15A216g) is available via the “Update” tab in the Mac App Store, and via download in the Apple Developer Center. Apple has also released OS X Server 5.0 beta 3, build15S2175. The new El Capitan debuted at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference back in June. The beta version is currently available only to members of the Mac Developer Program. A public beta will be available later this month. The final version will be available free, via the Mac App Store this fall.
So if you are going to try the public beta of iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan this month, then you can check our post to find out how to sign up for public beta.