Apple has recently unveiled Release Candidate versions for its latest software updates, namely iOS 17.3, iPadOS 17.3, macOS Sonoma 14.3, watchOS 10.3, and tvOS 17.3. These versions, currently accessible to registered developers and users with specific profiles on their devices, are expected to transition into official release builds soon. Soon, even ordinary users who have enrolled in Apple’s beta testing program will be able to install these updates.
Installation and Compatibility
Beta versions of iOS and iPadOS can be conveniently downloaded over Wi-Fi or a cellular network, ensuring that all user data is preserved during the installation process. watchOS updates are facilitated through an iPhone connected to the watch, with a minimum 50% charge required. macOS updates can be seamlessly executed through the computer’s system settings, and tvOS updates are attainable on Apple TV using the Xcode utility.
Testing and Innovations
These updates have undergone thorough testing in the past months. Traditionally, major innovations are introduced in iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, while updates to tvOS and watchOS are relatively minor, offering fewer additional features to the respective devices, notes NIX Solutions.
As the final versions approach, users can anticipate a range of improvements and features that enhance their overall Apple experience. Stay tuned for the official release of these updates and explore the advancements that will soon be available on your Apple devices.