Alongside seeding the latest beta of iOS 10 Developer Preview to its registered testers, Apple has tonight also seeded the second betas of tvOS 10, macOS 10.12 and watchOS 3.
Each of the forthcoming software updates are set to add some major changes to Apple’s TV, desktop and wrist-top platforms, and are expected to become available publicly – later this fall.
Just as with iOS 10 Developer Preview (Beta 2), the company’s latest update to macOS Sierra can be downloaded over-the-air via the Mac App Store‘s “Updates” tab – for those that are already running a previous version of the software.
The same as also true for watchOS 3 (Beta 2), although you will require Apple’s special provisioning profile – available from the Developer Center- to be installed, before the over-the-air update will show up within the official Apple Watch app, (Settings > General > Software Update).
Apple’s latest beta update to the Apple TV requires a little more work, as the software can actually only be installed by first manually downloading the seeded beta software file from developer.apple.com, and then using a USB Type-C cable (and iTunes) to flash the device’s firmware to tvOS 10 (Beta 2).
Learn more about Apple’s forthcoming updates.