Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) has just started rolling out the latest OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan and iOS 9.3.3 firmware updates to its desktop OS and iPhone’s software. According to the changelogs, both the update will bring no new features, instead the company has added some bug fixes into it.
For developers and beta testers, Apple has also launched the iOS 10 beta 3 as well as mac OS Sierra (desktop OS). If you have registered for the developer previews and enrolled yourself as public testers, you will get the public beta 2 in the next week.
The all new iOS 10 beta 3 for developers comes with an improved iPhone lockscreen with haptic feedback and sounds, new image picker in Messages and the clock is added in the status bar. Apple has also added the most requested feature of sending files from Mail and Safari browsers to iCloud storage directly.
Apple mac OS Sierra’s beta 3 for developers is now available in the Mac App Store. The new beta version comes with an improvement in performance, stability and some bug fixes. All new Siri is also added to the desktop operating system in this update.
As always does in iOS 9 or later updates, iOS 9.3.3 is compatible with iPhone 4s or later devices, iPad 2 or later tabs, iPad mini or later mini tabs, all iPad Pro range of tablets and 5th generation iPod touch onwards. Users will be automatically notified to upgrade, but if that notification has not yet appeared for you it can be triggered manually by going to Settings > General > Software Update.
The update package size of iOS update differs significantly depending on your device. In the case of iOS 9.3.3 update you will find it weighing in between 30MB and 100MB.
Apple iOS 9.3.3 comes with a lot of security updates to the versions ranging from iPhone 4s till the latest iPhone 6s Plus. More info about the security updates here.