Apple continued its development drive, earlier this week, seeing the fifth betas of macOS 10.12.2, watchOS 3.1.1 and tvOS 10.1 -alongside the seventh iteration of iOS 10.2– to registered developers.
iOS 10.2 (Beta 7)
Now available to download from the Developer Center, the latest version of iOS 10.2 specifically addresses a bug relating to the company’s all-new ‘TV’ app, which, it says, should no longer crash or show the error “TV is unavailable” on iPod touch.
Also new in this version:
– Syncing with iTunes 12.5 through 12.5.3 should no longer delete TV app library content.
Meanwhile, the latest versions of tvOS 10.1, watchOS 3.1.1 and macOS 10.12.2 continue to focus on improving performance and stability of each of Apple’s respective platforms.
Perhaps the most notable of those is macOS Sierra 10.12.2 (16C60b). which, Apple claims, should fix those GPU glitching issues that some who have purchased the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar have been experiencing.
Although the above video originally shared by RazorianFly reader @Scoopz would appear to question Apple’s claim of the problem being potentially rooted in software, as Neil cites he is already running the latest macOS 10.12.2 beta …and the issue as described previously, still persists.
As of right now it appears even Apple is unsure if the issue is related to hardware or software, which could make it incredibly difficult to remedy in the short term.
Apple on Thursday rolled out a new beta of macOS Sierra to developers.
Now available to download on the Dev Center –and soon to be available via the Mac App Store– macOS 10.12.2 beta 6 is expected to include all necessary support for new emoji characters set to be introduced in Unicode 9.0.